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Asked Oct 26, 2019

how do you indicate the derivative with any method:

g(t) = 3/t^5; estimate g'(1)

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Step 1

Write g(t) using negative exponents to get rid of the fraction....

3
g(t)
t 5
g(t)=3t
g(t)3(-5)t5-1
g'(t)15t
-6
-15
g'(t)
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3 g(t) t 5 g(t)=3t g(t)3(-5)t5-1 g'(t)15t -6 -15 g'(t)

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