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lilg132
  • lilg132
differentiate \[y = 3x ^{3} - 4x ^{2} + 8x - 6\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
repeated use of power rule \[\frac{d}{dx}[x^n]=nx^{n-1}\]
lilg132
  • lilg132
i got \[y = 6x ^{2} - 8x + 2 \]

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lilg132
  • lilg132
OR IS IT + 8 ?
lilg132
  • lilg132
no im joking lana :\
lalaly
  • lalaly
dy/dx=9x^2-8x+8
lilg132
  • lilg132
how?
lalaly
  • lalaly
apply the rule satellite posted
lilg132
  • lilg132
oooops i messed up lol one sec
lilg132
  • lilg132
9x^2 - 8x + 8
lalaly
  • lalaly
oki:D
lilg132
  • lilg132
thanks but one thing im confused about
lalaly
  • lalaly
Just a note, when u differentiate write dy/dx or y' = ...
lilg132
  • lilg132
in the end its 8x - 6 at the end of the equation we get something like 9x^2 - 8x + 8 - 6
lilg132
  • lilg132
so why do we leave the -6 out completely?
lalaly
  • lalaly
because 6 is a constant and the derivative of a constant is always 0
lilg132
  • lilg132
so do i write + c in the end or anything?
lalaly
  • lalaly
no that is only when integrating
lalaly
  • lalaly
for indefinite integrals only
lilg132
  • lilg132
ok thanks alot lana
lalaly
  • lalaly
im sorry about the first post ...
lilg132
  • lilg132
lol dont worry
anonymous
  • anonymous
hey lilg remember me?
lalaly
  • lalaly
@Pippa lol
lilg132
  • lilg132
hey pippa :D

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