Power Rule For Functions Examples

Power Rule for functions

Calculate the following derivatives using the Power Rule For Functions (P.R.F.)

part 1 of the solution to finding the derivative of (x squared plus 3) to power of 2
part 2 of the solution to finding the derivative of (x squared plus 3) to power of 2

The solution to finding the derivative of sin^2(x)

part 1 of the solution to finding the derivative of the square root of (2x^3 + 4x)
part 2 of the solution to finding the derivative of the square root of (2x^3 + 4x)
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Power Rule for Functions

For this example, we will work through with less explanation, so if you are unsure of the working, go back to the previous example for more detailed explanations.

Use the Power Rule For Functions (P.R.F.) to calculate the following derivatives.

The solution to finding the derivative of (5x^3 - 6)^2
The solution to finding the derivative of the square root of (5x^3  + pi)

Power Rule for Functions with Application and Manipulation

part 1 of the solution to finding the slope of a circle x^2 + y^2 = 20 at point (4,2)
part 2 of the solution to finding the slope of a circle x^2 + y^2 = 20 at point (4,2)
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