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    Differentiation of a Polynomial is a Polynomial?

    Let p(t) = (q(t)^m)* r(t), where q and r are polynomials and m is a positive integer prove that p'(t) = [q(t)^(m - 1)]* s(t), where s is a polynomial.

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    What do you get when differentiating p(t)?
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