Calculus

Find the derivative of y=cos^6w+cos(w^6)
The answer I have is
-6(cosw^5sinw+wsin(w^6))

but it's not right...

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  1. Oh never mind I got the answer...

    -6(cosw^5sinw+w^5sin(w^6))

    just missing the ^5

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