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differentiate f(t) = t^(1/3)/ (t-3) On the solution guide on the first step for the numerator, we have for the last t, t^(1/3) and on the second step we end up getting for that same t on the numerator a t^ (3-2)/3 where does the 3 even come from?

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Step 1

*Explanation:*

Consider the term t1/3.

It is known that adding and subtracting a same number to any number does not change its originality.

So add and subtra...

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