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Let f(x)=x^2+5x-3.

Find f′(x) and find f′(1).

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f'= 2x+5
F'(1) is 7

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thanks allie but i need someone to show the work to how they got those answers too please :)

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She found the derivative of the equation, and then simply plugged in a one for the (x) after it was in its derivative form.

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yes I know that but I need to steps for how you find the derivative.

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basically just the power rule:
y = x^n
y' = n*x^(n-1)

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