How do you find the derivative of # [((3x-1)^4)((2x+1)^-3)]# using the chain rule?
You going to have to use both the product and the chain rule.
Just to refresh your memory;
First we will break it into the front
Finally, using the product rule we combine these two sections to form the total derivative.
The easiest simplification to do is to move the negative sign out the front of the second section so it become a subtraction rather than an addition.
You could then move the brackets with negative exponents into the denominator.
Finally, you could factorise by
I hope that helps :)