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#### coolbeans33

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- Sep 19, 2013

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A(t)=2/sqrt t + 3/t

^{2/3}

so I started working on this and it got me kind of confused.

my steps so far: 2/t

^{1/2}+ 3/t

^{2/3}

then I applied the quotient rule for the first fraction:

g(x)f'(x) - f(x)g'(x)/g(x)

^{2}

and got

(-2)(.5t

^{-.5})/t

then

-t

^{-.5}/t

and for the second fraction:

0-(3)(2/3t

^{-1/3})/(t

^{2/3})2

-(3)(2/3t

^{-1/3})/t

^{4/3}

am I doing anything wrong so far? if I'm not, can I simplify it more?