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Derivative of x^sin(x)

I know it has something to do with the "general power rule" but I cannot figure it out, I'd really love someone to explain it to me conceptually instead of just showing me some trick or short cut to solving it. Thanks ever so much!

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# Derivative of x^sin(x)

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