Expand x(2x+1)^4, then find the derivative.

How would I find the derivative?

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- October 30th 2012, 01:55 PMEarlyTravelFinding the derivative using product rule
Expand x(2x+1)^4, then find the derivative.

How would I find the derivative? - October 30th 2012, 02:15 PMAZachRe: Finding the derivative using product rule
- October 30th 2012, 04:44 PMskeeterRe: Finding the derivative using product rule
- October 30th 2012, 05:20 PMSorobanRe: Finding the derivative using product rule
Hello, EarlyTravel!

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Expand , then find the derivative.

How would I find the derivative? . ??

I don't understand your question.

. . You don't know how to expand the function?

. . You don't know how to differentiate a polynomial?

. . You don't know the Product Rule?

How about*following the directions?*

Expand: .

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Differentiate: . .[1]

Product Rule:

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which is equal to [1].