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Rasine
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Feb9-07, 10:14 AM
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i am having trouble with this one problem. maybe you can tell me where i am going wrong.

find h'(t) if h(t)=(t^6-1)^5(t^5+1)^6

so i am using product rule and to find the derivatives of each expression i am using chain rule...

so i get h'(t)=30t^4(t^6-1)^4(t^5+1)^6+30^4(t^5+1)^5(t^6-1)^5


is that right..or what is wrong with it?
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