Which two methods, in order, will best serve to find g'(d) if g(d) = (3d)(-6d^2+5)^3? 1. Product then quotient 2. Product then power 3. chain then power 4. power then product
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Originally Posted by shanniepooh2 Which two methods, in order, will best serve to find g'(d) if g(d) = (3d)(-6d^2+5)^3? 1. Product then quotient 2. Product then power 3. chain then power 4. power then product Personally, I'd either: 1. Use the product rule, which means first using the chain rule to differentiate (-6d^2+5)^3, or 2. Re-write as g(d) = (-162 d^5 + 135 d^3) and then use the chain rule.
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