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Hello Tom, from everystepcalculus.com from everstepphysics.com. The difference quotient is what we’re going to do here. And I need to do one more because the square roots are kind of difficult because you have to get rid of the radical signs. And get of radical. You multiply times a radical and our radical squared is turns out to be whatever is inside the radical okay. So I’m going to show you kind of a very simple one here. So maybe you can learn this better or to understand it better. We’re going to scroll down here to difference quotient. Here’s the form you write that on your paper all the time we were to do that. Enter the function. And to press alpha first, alpha second. Time sign is a square root sign of X. And we’re going to this close up the prices. So in the front are going to add X + H, to every X in the function. I say it’s okay, it gives a chance to change it in case you may never stay put. And we’re loading the program here. Again the formula. So we’re going to put X + H here in the radical and we’re going to subtract the function. Visual function which is the funding divided by H. To get rid of radicals you need to multiply it. Somehow the radicals, times itself. Okay spire radical you get what’s inside the parentheses and the radical. So we’re going to here’s, the radicals here we’re going to have to put that in the denominator. Because you can’t just do it in the numerator you have to do the denominator also which actually equals 1. It’s multiplying x 1. So we look at what radicals we need to get rid of. We need to multiply that times that. And there is we’re doing that we’re putting in the denominator also okay. When you do that you get what’s inside the radical which is X + H – X okay. And we have H down here and we still have the radicals down here. We have to have that. In algebra expand it, you get this up in the numerator. We get H in the numerator and divide out the H, you get a 1. Still have an H here. As H approaches 0 when you’re taking the limit of a function. In this case that equals 0 so X + 0 is X. So you get two square root X on the bottom. Sorry this is not over here further but I have to make room in cases are extremely hard function and they take up the whole line down here okay. So you get the idea and so the answer is two times the root of X okay. This is the derivative the retribution function. Pretty neat everystepcalculus.com. Don’t waste time. Go to my programs buy them. There cheap for what you get here. I’ve studied years in this crap to help you pass calculus and of course you can buy my programs and pass calculus. So have a good one okay. everystepcalculus.com

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