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Let's start by finding an anti-derivative (primitive)... you need something which will give you

[tex]\sqrt{x - 2} = (x - 2)^{1/2}[/tex]

when you differentiate it... can you make a wild guess?

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using the definition

im not clear on how to expand the expression to distribute the sum

im not clear on how to expand the expression to distribute the sum

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IOW, d/dx(____) = (x - 2)^(1/2).

Can you fill in the blank?

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Why don't you just do a subst. u = x - 2?

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