Finding the derivative of a function: 10/2/2019 02:26:25 
RainB00ts
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f(t) = 8(t^4 − 6)^5
find f'(t)
How is this incorrect:
8(5)(t^46)^4  general power law?

Finding the derivative of a function: 10/2/2019 02:30:52 
RainB00ts
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SOLVED:
40\left(t^46\right)^4\left(4t^{\left(3\right)}\right)

Finding the derivative of a function: 10/2/2019 02:40:25 
RainB00ts
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f(x)=((x+8)/(x8))^5
f'(x)=5((x+8)/x8))^4
how is this wrong?
edit: figured out about the quotient rule but somehow this is still wrong
5\left(\frac{x+8}{x8}\right)^4\left(\frac{\left(x8\right)\left(x+8\right)}{\left(x+8\right)^2}\right)
wtf?
Edited 10/2/2019 02:50:25

Finding the derivative of a function: 10/2/2019 04:13:49 
JustinR17
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Finding the derivative of a function: 10/2/2019 04:52:29 
RainB00ts
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Thanks dude, but I already submitted the online homework.

Finding the derivative of a function: 10/2/2019 13:51:38 
Farah♦
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Whenever you have a function f(g(x)), you take the derivative of f(g(x)) while considering g(x) as a constant and multiply that by the derivative of g(x). So d/dx[f(g(x))] = f'(g(x)) · g'(x)

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