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Asked Dec 4, 2019
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Help finding the derivative.

 

y=(x^-2+x)^-3

 

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Find the derivative of y =(x²+x) Let u =x +x then, y=u.

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dy dy du -3 The derivative of y=(x2 +x)° is given by dix du dx du :-2x3and dx ay-3u du The derivatives are

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