Calculus
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Find the derivative of the function. Simplify and express the answer using only positive exponents only.
y = (x  4)^2 (x + 3)

y= uv
y'=uv'+vu'
u=(x4)^2 u'=2(x4)
v=x+3 v'=1 
3^x

2x^2
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