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For k(x)=(x−1)(−x^{2}−2x)(2x−2), find the derivative of k(x) using the product rule.

Do not include "k(x)=" in your answer. For example, if your answer is k′(x)=4x^{4}, you would enter 4x^{4}.

Step 1

Obtain the derivative of the function* k(x)* as follows.

Step 2

Consider the function *f*(*x*)=*x*-1 and *g(x)=(-x²-2x)(2x-2)* and apply the product rule

Use the difference rule and the power rule to differentiate the function as follows.

Step 3

Again apply the product rule ...

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