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what is the derivative of 5x^2 + 10x +3?
I just started calculus can you help explain it to me?
To derive polynomials, there is a little trick to keep in mind: decrease the exponent by one and multiply the former exponent with the coefficients.
yeh what mister said lol
In addition, since 3 is a constant, it turns into 0 when you derive.
each term can be derived separately: \[\ derivative of 5x^2 = 2*5*x^1\]
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the next term would be: \[1 * 10 * x^0 = 10\] so our final derivative (we just add em together) 10x + 10