Calculus For The Life Sciences

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Author:GREENWELL, Raymond N., RITCHEY, Nathan P., Lial, Margaret L.

Publisher:GREENWELL, Raymond N., RITCHEY, Nathan P., Lial, Margaret L.

Chapter4: Calculating The Derivative

Section4.CR: Chapter 4 Review

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using the derivative definition how do I find f(x) = -6(square root over x).

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