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Under differential calculus using the product rule find the derivative of (2x+3)^3(4x^2-1)^2

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  1. first line derivative:
    (2x+3)^3(2)(4x^2 - 1)(8x) + (4x^2 - 1)^2(3)(2x+3)^2(2)

    take out some common factors and simplify

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