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1. Using the chain rule differentiate:

18x^2(x^3-1)^5

Can you guys tell me what you get?
2. (Original post by MrScarecow901)
Using the chain rule differentiate:

18x^2(x^3-1)^5

Can you guys tell me what you get?
how tidy?
3. (Original post by TeeEm)
how tidy?
don't care
4. (Original post by MrScarecow901)
Using the chain rule differentiate:

18x^2(x^3-1)^5

Can you guys tell me what you get?
It is 270x^5(x^3-1)^4
5. (Original post by MrScarecow901)
don't care
after final factorizations

18x(x3-1)4(17x3-2)
6. (Original post by frozo123)
It is 270x^5(x^3-1)^4

Hmm, I got this:

270x^4(x^3-1)^4
7. (Original post by TeeEm)
after final factorizations

18x(x3-1)4(17x3-2)
Interesting care to share how you got there? :')
8. (Original post by MrScarecow901)
Hmm, I got this:

270x^4(x^3-1)^4
yeah sorry that^
9. (Original post by MrScarecow901)
Interesting care to share how you got there? :')
dy/dx = 36x(x3-1)5 +18x2 . 15x2(x3-1)4

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