Tuesday, April 21, 2009

derivative of sqrt(3x) from first principles

derivative of sqrt(3x) from first principles
let f(x) = sqrt(3x)
replace x with x+h to get f(x+h)
take the difference f(x) - f(x+h)
introduce the conjugate before taking limit as h--> 0

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  1. Thanks a million! :) Think I understand it now!:D

  2. What is the derivative of 1/sqrt(1-x)

  3. i really thank u, that is the best method to use. It is 100 percent correct


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