Calculus I
posted by Dale .
Hi, I'm trying to figure this out, but the answer I keep coming up with is incorrect. Can anyone help me out? Thanks.
Problem: y=2(6x^2)^5
I know I'm supposed to use the chain rule, but I'm getting confused.

y'= 5*2(6x^2)^4 * (2x)
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