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Determine $\frac{dy}{dx}$ if $y= \dfrac {x^3+2 \sqrt{x} -3}{x}$
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first simplify into separate fractions with same denominator,

x^2 + 2x^-1/2 -3x^-1

dy/dx = 2x -x^-3/2 +3x^-2

          = 2x - 1/[x^3/2]  +  3/x^2
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