How do you differentiate #y = x(1 - x)^2(x + 2)^3#?
The product rule gives us:
For a product of two factors, (First and Second)
Now, if there are three factors (First Second and Third), then we get
We can rewrite this:
Removing common factors and simplifying gives us:
Our answer would look like:
which is, of course, equivalent to the expression above.