# If #f(x) = [5x^2+10x+26]/sqrt(x)# how do you find #f '(x)#?

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Apr 6, 2015

You could use the quotient rule, but I think it's easier to first rewrite the expression algebraically.

So the derivative is:

Rewrite this algebraically (get a common denominator) if you wish.

Apr 6, 2015

I would use the Quotient Rule: