# `g(t) = 2/(3t^2)` Use the rules of differentiation to find the derivative of the function.

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loves2learn | Student

Using a Quotient rule:

Given,

Then,

Therefore,

`y'=((0)(3t^2)-(2)(6t))/(3t^2)^2 `

Simplify it all down,

`y'=-4/(3t^3) `

Note that you should get the same answer if you used a product rule. If you don't, then check your answer because you must have made a mistake along the way.