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(x3)'=3x2(x3)''=(3x2)'=6x

It is -2*(3x2 - 7)*(x3 - 7x)-3

x4/12 since derivative of x4/12 is 4x3/12 or x3/3

The anti-derivative of X2 plus X is the same as the anti-derivative of X2 plus the anti-derivative of X. The anti derivative of X2 is X3/3 plus an integration constant C1 The anti derivative of X is X2/2 plus an integration constant C2 So the anti-derivative of X2+X is (X3/3)+(X2/2)+C1+C2 The constants can be combined and the fraction can combined by using a common denominator leaving (2X3/6)+(3X2/6)+C X2/6 can be factored out leaving (X2/6)(2X+3)+C Hope that helps

if: f(x) = x3 - 4xe-2x Then: f'(x) = 3x2 - [ 4e-2x + 2(4x / -2x) ] = 3x2 - 4e-2x + 4

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(x3)'=3x2(x3)''=(3x2)'=6x

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Let y = x3 - 8, then y' = 3x2 + 0 = 3x2.

It is -2*(3x2 - 7)*(x3 - 7x)-3

If it's tan(x3), the the thingy is 3x2/(cos2(x3)) i think Else, if it's tan(3x), then it's 3/(cos2x) If you need more help with this, search "chain rule" and "derivative" on wikipedia.

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x*x1/2= x3/2 Derivative = 3/2 * x1/2

d/dx(x4/4) = x3

The first derivative of ln x is 1/x, which (for the following) you better write as x-1.Now use the power rule:Second derivative (the derivative of the first derivative) is -1x-2, the third derivative is the derivative of this, or 2x-3. You may now wish to write this in the alternative form, as 2 / x3.

The volume of a cube is V = x3. The derivative of this is (d/dV)x = 3x2.

d/dx (ex + x3) = ex + 3x2

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