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Asked Oct 14, 2019

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G(y)=

(y − 2)^{3} |

(y^{2} + 4y)^{4} |

Find G'(y).

Side note: This is the answer I got which is wrong, but the **answer has to written in this same format.**

(y-2)^{2 }(-y^{2}+12y+8) |

(y^{2}+4y)^{13} |

Step 1

As the function G(y) is not clarified and well formatted.

Therefore, taking the function G(y) = (y – 2)^{2}(y^{2} + 4y)^{4}.

Step 2

Formula used:

Step 3

Differentiating G(y) wi...

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