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Find the derivative ofh(x)=(3x+4)3/  (−3x−2) 4You should leave your answer in factored form. Do not include "h′(x)=" in your answer.Provide your answer below:

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Find the derivative of
h(x)=(3x+4)3/  (−3x−2) 4

You should leave your answer in factored form. Do not include "h′(x)=" in your answer.

Provide your answer below:

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Step 1

The given function is h(x) = (3x+4)3/(−3x − 2)4.

 

Rewrite the given function as h(x) = (3x+4)3/(3x + 2)4.

Step 2

Differentiate the function h(x) = (3x+4)3/(3x + 2)4 with respect to x.

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Step 3

On further simpli...

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