Can someone please help? In Paul's Online Math Notes, Applications of the Derivative, Optimization, example 2, how does he get the second derivative? How is C'(w)=120w-180w^-2=120w^3-800/w^2??? I get how to get the derivative, but not how the derivative is equal to the answer he gives?

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