Posted by **shirlee** on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 6:38pm.

f(x)=(2x-1)^2(x^2-9)

find f'(x)=0

So first derivative:

f'(x)=16x^3-6x^2-70x+36

0 = 16x^3-6x^2-70x+36

Ok.. I know I should factor it somewhere.. I just couldn't see where..

Thanks!

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