i know this is a simple differentiation, but i just can't remember how to do it! can someone please differentiate ((x^3)+3(x^2)+1) ^(1/3) also how can i write x^2 on this forum so it looks like how x^2 should look, with a superscript 2.
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Hello, mathmonster! You need the Chain Rule . . .
Originally Posted by mathmonster also how can i write x^2 on this forum so it looks like how x^2 should look, with a superscript 2. Left-click on the script that Soroban wrote in his answer. That will show you how to code it. There is a thread on how to use LaTeX in one of the subforums. (Or you could do a web search. Tips on how to code are all over it.) -Dan
just checking now to see how this works
Originally Posted by mathmonster Looks like you've got it! -Dan
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