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 11-24-2008, 07:51 PM #11 Daemon Poster   Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 810 Re: Derivatives... Calculus I use Webmath.com. __________________ __________________ MSI K9N2GM-FIH motherboard AMD Phenom Agena 9600(2) Crucial Ballistix Tracer 1GB PC2 6400 Thermaltake 430W PSU 160GB Segate Barracuda HDD 19" Wide Screen Hanns-G Raidmax Tornado ATX Case OS- Gentoo Toshiba A135 -Vista Pentium Dual Core 1.6 ghz. 1.5gb ram www.localtechnet.net - Support me, click the ads!!
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Re: Derivatives... Calculus

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 Originally Posted by JogaBonito1502 Humm....you don't need to use Quotient Rule on that. You can re-write it as -(x^(-2)) and use Power Rule. Much simpler. You get: 2(x^(-3)) -> 2/(x^3) edit: Quotient rule would work though.
I knew there was something simple, just couldnt remember... Thanks

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 Originally Posted by Kage ...Well....Greek is more understandable in truth...
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 11-24-2008, 09:12 PM #13 Guru     Join Date: Jan 2008 Location: U.S. Posts: 7,841 Re: Derivatives... Calculus That's the thing with Calculus. Everything that you've learned so far comes into application. You have to sort what will work best from what won't. Fortunately, for me, I didn't take Pre-Calculus so I don't have as many tools, therefore it's easier for me to identify what I have to do. I get on things right away =p. __________________

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