Andromeda wrote:I am having trouble finding the derivative of cubed root of x using only limits.
Andromeda wrote:I'm sorry, I meant the cube root of x. as in cuberoot(x).
So far a tried finding the derivative with a limit as h approaches 0
lim h-->0[(cuberoot(a+h) - cuberoot(a)) / ((a+h) - a)]
With this, I always end up with an indeterminate form.
Martingale wrote:Andromeda wrote:I'm sorry, I meant the cube root of x. as in cuberoot(x).
So far a tried finding the derivative with a limit as h approaches 0
lim h-->0[(cuberoot(a+h) - cuberoot(a)) / ((a+h) - a)]
With this, I always end up with an indeterminate form.
use the fact that
Andromeda wrote:Martingale wrote:Andromeda wrote:I'm sorry, I meant the cube root of x. as in cuberoot(x).
So far a tried finding the derivative with a limit as h approaches 0
lim h-->0[(cuberoot(a+h) - cuberoot(a)) / ((a+h) - a)]
With this, I always end up with an indeterminate form.
use the fact that
How would that work since and are not cubed numbers?