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Working out from the definition the derivatives of x^3, sqrt(x), x^{1/3}, and x^{2/3}

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Working out from the definition the derivatives of x^3, sqrt(x), x^{1/3}, and x^{2/3}

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Tangents, Velocity, and the Derivative

Math 1a

October 12, 2007

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2. Let f (x) = x.

Here’s a useful fact: for any numbers A and B:

A3 − B 3 = (A − B)(A2 + AB + B 2 )

√

3. Let f (x) = 3

x = x1/3 . Use the definition of the derivative to find f 0 (x) and give its domain.

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