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Calculate the derivative for the function f(x)= 3x3(x-2)-2 using both the Product Rule and the Quotient Rule. What is the derivative and which is the correct rule to use in this situation or does it make a difference? Is one easier than the other? if, so, why or why not.

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Preview: ...                           = ( 9x 2* (x-2)  - 6 x3 )/(x-2) 3                           = (3x 3-18x 2)/ (x-2) 3  So, we get the same result. Both rules work fine in this case and it is mainly a matter o ...

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Preview: ... ule because the solution is pretty straightforward and does not need to use divisors. Â  Â  For the attachment (document): Calculate the derivative of 3x -4 using both the definition of the derivative, and the Product rule. What is the derivative and what are the differences in these two procedures? If you thin ...

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