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Alborz Z.

asked • 09/29/15

lim t?a (t^(2/3) - a^(2/3))/(t-a)

the original question is g(x)=t^(2/3) find g'(a) a≠0. I know how to find the derivative using the power rule, but I'm trying to help a Calc I student who hasn't started derivatives yet, and we're trying to figure out how to solve the limit.

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Patrick F. answered • 09/30/15

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