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Determine the derivative of $y = \sqrt{x^3} + \dfrac{1}{3x^3}$
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simplify first

= x^3/2 + (x^-3)/3

dy/dx = [3x^1/2]/2 - x^-4 = [3x^1/2]/2 - 1/x^4
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