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    Differentiation

    Given that y=x sqrt(6+3x^2), find dy/dx.
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    Hi,

    You need to apply two rules to solve this.

    First, the product rule, with u=x, and v=(6+3x^2)^0.5.

    To find dv/dx, you can use the chain rule, replacing u=(6+3x^2).
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    I found where im careless already...
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