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October 15th, 2015, 06:38 PM   #1
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How to explain the answer?

Okay so I was doing this problem online. The answer is already there. Everything makes sense how they got it except the last line of the problem. what really confuses me is where did they get the 3/2 in the exponent part? I see a half and a 2, I don't know how that makes up to be 3/2.
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Link shows the derivative of a trig function, $y=x\sin\left(\frac{6}{x}\right)$ ...

no 3/2 exponent that I can see.

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