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Use the Product Rule to differentiate
f(u)= √u (5u^6)

f ' (u) = u^(1/2) (6u^5) + (1/2)u^(1/2) (5u^6)
= 6u^5 √u + (1/2)(5u^6)/√u
simplify if needed
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