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1. Hi all,

Really struggling with some differentiation

Has anyone got any ideas about how I would work out a problem like this -

(2x^2+10)^3/4

would you start ((2x^2+10)^3)/4???
2. (Original post by VirginiaFish27)
Hi all,

Really struggling with some differentiation

Has anyone got any ideas about how I would work out a problem like this -

(2x^2+10)^3/4

would you start ((2x^2+10)^3)/4???
I'm assuming that it's to the power .

I'd suggest substituting and using the chain rule.
3. (Original post by VirginiaFish27)
Hi all,

Really struggling with some differentiation

Has anyone got any ideas about how I would work out a problem like this -

(2x^2+10)^3/4

would you start ((2x^2+10)^3)/4???
This requires the chain rule - if you set then you have the function so you should be able to work out and .
4. Once you have done as they said then remember that the chain rule is .

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