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X 2 (1-x 2 ) 3


X2(1-x2)


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kushagra jain
37 Points
11 years ago

=x2(1-x2)3

=2x(1-x2)3+[(x2)(3(1-x2)2)(-2x)]

=2x(1-x2)3-2x3(1-x2)2 

Neer Varshney
76 Points
11 years ago

you need to differentialte it using product rule:

diff.=  (2.x2(1-x2)3)+ (3(1-x2)2)x2 

nikhil roy
31 Points
11 years ago

HEY FRIEND,I THINK I CAN HELP YOU IN THIS.

ACTUALLY THERE ARE MANY METHODS TO SOLVE THIS.

THE MOST CONVENIENT ONE IS TO FACTORISE IT FIRST.

FOR SOLUTION,CHECK ATTACHMENT.

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