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Let y= 6 x^5 - 9. Find A, B, and C so that (dy)/(dx) = Ax^B +C. A =

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    what on earth kind of questions are these? why don't they just ask for the derivative?

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    I know they want me to find A.B.C.D

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    BUT I just used that wolfram and got the anwser

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    but how do you find if x=2?

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    not sure what you mean, but this is the ordinary power rule \[y=6x^5-9\] \[y'=5\times 6x^{5-1}=30x^4\]

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