Find the derivative with respect to x of y = (3x + x2)5. A. (3 + 2x) 5 B. 5(3x + x2)4(3 + 2x) C. 5(3x + x2)4 D. 5(3 + 2x)

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Find the derivative with respect to x of y = (3x + x2)5. A. (3 + 2x) 5 B. 5(3x + x2)4(3 + 2x) C. 5(3x + x2)4 D. 5(3 + 2x)4

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    2022-01-05T21:07:02+00:00

    When you have a function that is in the form of (f(x))^n, the derivative of the function will have the formula:
    n * (f(x))^(n-1) * f'(x)

    The given function is:
    y = (3x+x^2) ^ 5

    Based on the above, the derivative with respect to x would be:
    5 * (3x+x^2)^(5-1) * f'(3x+x^2)
    This would give a result of:
    5 * (3x+x^2)^4 * (3+2x)

    Comparing the calculated derivative with the given choices, the right choice would be:
    B. 5 * (3x+x^2)^4 * (3+2x)

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    2022-01-05T21:07:30+00:00

    y = 3x +x²

     \frac{dy}{dx} =  d\frac{(3x+ x^{2}) }{dx} = 3 \frac{dx}{dx} +d \frac{ (x^{2}) }{dx}
     = 3 + 2x \frac{dx}{dx} = 3+2x

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