GET YOUR FREE EBOOK: http://www.integralcalc.com/ebook http://integralcalc.com/ Understand the most commonly used formulas (power rule, product rule, quotien… Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Awww you’re welcome! Remember that the derivative of any constant is 0, so when you take the derivative one term at a time, you get 2+0, and the result is 2. Hope that helps!

i have a question, so h(x)= (2x+1)
The drvtv of 2x=2 (rule= drvtv of a constant times x is the constant) so its 2+1? why do u have it as 2?
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i have a question, so h(x)= (2x+1)
The drvtv of 2x=2 (rule= drvtv of a constant times x is the constant) so its 2+1? why do u have it as 2?
Thanx so much for ur AMAZING videos! <3

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I have difficulties reading mathematical formula. Could you perhaps consider making few videos regarding reading mathematical formulas. Thank you very much.

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i have an I.Exam this day, and I only have 20 mins time left to review. Thanks you are a wonderful teacher. Very gorgeous and smart. I love you. haha your hot, very hot

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you could say that it’s 6(A)^3; that would be fine. but really the 6 is just a coefficient on the function that could be factored out.

why does the outer function is (A)^3 and not 6(A)^3?

Awww you’re welcome! Remember that the derivative of any constant is 0, so when you take the derivative one term at a time, you get 2+0, and the result is 2. Hope that helps!

i have a question, so h(x)= (2x+1)

The drvtv of 2x=2 (rule= drvtv of a constant times x is the constant) so its 2+1? why do u have it as 2?

Thanx so much for ur AMAZING videos! <3

i have a question, so h(x)= (2x+1)

The drvtv of 2x=2 (rule= drvtv of a constant times x is the constant) so its 2+1? why do u have it as 2?

Thanx so much for ur AMAZING videos! <3

Not to mention the fame! … you are practically a youtube star! (and you had better be, what people like you do for the community is a lot more valuable than uploading vblogs and cat videos …. you deserve everything that youtube has to offer) – I hope my channel will some day grow as well as yours has! unfortunately my audience are in countries where youtube is currently banned and filtered :/

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I have difficulties reading mathematical formula. Could you perhaps consider making few videos regarding reading mathematical formulas. Thank you very much.

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