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Find the derivative of 4x[(100-x^2)^1/2]

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    you can simply use the product rule

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    i think you might need to use the chain rule, unless you can assume the derivative of\[\sqrt{100-x ^{2}}\]

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    why did you erase your anser

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    Because it didn't come up like i wanted it too

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