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Homework Help: calculus

Posted by Riley on Tuesday, March 31, 2009 at 10:52am.

I need help simplifying this problem.

f(x)=x^4/5(x-4)^2

f'(x)=x^4/5*2(x-4)+(x-4)^2*4/5x^-1/5

it is suposed to end up as this:

1/5x^-1/5(x-4)[5*x*2+(x-4)*4]

but how do i get it to there? I need to see all the steps and how to get them. Thanks

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