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Find dy/dx and express the final answer with a common denominator

y=lnx^2(4x-12)

  • Calculus -

    [1/(4x^3-12x^2)]d/dx[4x^3-12x^2]

    [1/(4x^3-12x^2)][12x^2-24x]

    [3x-6]/[x^2-3x]

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