## Calculating Derivatives: Problems and Solutions

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Anonymous
6 months ago

Thanks you

Matheno
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6 months ago

You are very welcome! : )

suhasini
10 months ago

In Power Rule Differentiation Problem #3, please explain why d/dx(33)^0 is striked out?

Matheno
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10 months ago

Thanks for asking! That’s just a convenient way to show that the derivative of that term, the constant 33, is 0: d/dx(33) = 0. Any time you have a value that equals zero in an equation, drawing a slanted arrow that points to 0 can help the reader (your teacher, or whomever) see the reason that you’re not carrying the term on to the next line.

Hope that helps, and please let us know any other questions that you have! : )

Ibrahim
1 year ago

I love this idea , and the solution is very good i mean its easy to understand

Matheno
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1 year ago

Thanks for letting us know, Ibrahim. That’s our aim: to make things easy for you to understand and then be able to do yourself!

Pratistha
2 years ago

It was really helpful…..thanks for the given solutions which made understanding the topic easier

Matheno
Editor
2 years ago

Thanks, Pratistha! We’re glad to know that our solutions made understanding how to calculate derivatives easier for you. : )

Rushi
2 years ago