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if f(x)=radical x find the derivative of f state the domain of 'f

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given f(x)=sqrt(x)

 we will rewrite the given problem,f(x)=(x)^1/2

                                               then we differentiate the given equation,

                                                 f(x)=x^n => f'(x)=n(x)^n-1

                                              ->f'(x)=1/2(x)^3/2

                    the domain will be extend from(0.infinate)

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f(x)=sqrt(x)

f'(x)=1/2sqrt(x)

Domain of f'(x)=(0, infinity)

Madhukar  Gautam
Madhukar Gautam - 6 years ago
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