calculus
posted by michael .
In dire need of help with derivatives.
if f(x)=(x2+3x+6)3, find f'(x)
if f(x)=3^1/2 / t^5 (square root of three divided by t to the 5th power), find f'(x)
If f(x)=(3x+4)^–1 , find f(x) .

all of these is the power rule
y= x^k
y'=kx^(k1)
f(X)= (3x+4)^1
f'=(3x+4)^2 * 3
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