__Category__: Differential Calculus

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__Solution__:
Consider the given equation above
Since the given equation is a simple quadratic equation, then we can use the derivative by power formula as follows
Therefore, the answer is
__Category__: Differential Calculus, Algebra

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__Solution__:
Consider the given equation above
Since the given equation is a product of two binomials, then we have to get the derivative of the given equation using the derivative by product formula as follows
Therefore, the answer is
__Category__: Differential Calculus, Algebra

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Find y' for
__Solution__:
Consider the given equation above
There are two ways in getting the derivative of the given equation. First, you can get the product of two functions first by applying the distributive property of multiplication over addition and then apply the derivative by power formula. Let's get the derivative of the given equation as follows
You can also get the derivative of the given equation by product formula as follows
__Note__: The derivative of any constant is always equal to zero.