`f(t) = t^(2/3) - t^(1/3) + 4` Find the derivative of the function.

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Given: `f(t)=t^(2/3)-t^(1/3)+4`

The derivative is: 

`f'(t)=(2)/(3)t^(-1/3)-(1)/(3)t^(-2/3)`

`f'(t)=(2)/(3root(3)(t))-(1)/(3root(3)(t^2))`

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