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Do you know how to expand it? \[
(x^3-1)^2 = (x^3-1)(x^3-1)
\]

no

is that with the chain rule or?

This is what is called "multiplication"

ok

you factor it right?

let me try to expand it

ok

Now take the derivative.

ok hold on

the derivative of x^6 - 2x^3 + 1 right?

Yeah.

i got 6x^2 (x^3 - 1)

What is the derivative of \(x^6\)?

What is the derivative of \(-2x^3\)?

its 6x^5

and -6x^2 for -2x^3

so it will be 6x^5 - 6x^2 ?

Yeah. You don't need to factor it.

ok

so that's it?

yes

okay can did we use the chain rule on this one or? no chain rule?

are u there?

chain rule was not used

okay thanks