How do you differentiate 2+4x-3x^2? Could you show me how you worked it out aswell please?

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Please it's really urgent, I don't get it D:

Posted Tue 16th October, 2012 @ 19:58 by SS
Edited by SS on Tue 16th October, 2012 @ 21:28

2 Answers

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To differentiate you do the power ^n-1

Thefore as 2 is 2^1 it becomes      0

4x^1 become 4x^0 which becomes 4

-3x^2 becomes -6x^1

(as you bring power down and multiply)

Overall the answer then becomes =  -6X^1 + 4

Answered Wed 17th October, 2012 @ 15:45 by Reece Hall
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Oh yeah thank you! I forgot that the 2 become a 0

Answered Wed 17th October, 2012 @ 19:51 by SS