Divide each term by `x^3` .
`f(x) = 2x-x^(-2)`
Use the constant rule and the power rule to derive this function.
`f'(x) = 2+2x^-3`
Eliminate the negative exponent by rewriting it as a fraction.
The answer is:
`f'(x) = 2+2/x^3`
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