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Differentiate expressions of form Ax^b where A and b are constants and x is a variable

First you have Ax^b where x is a variable.

Then you multiply A and b together with the variable so you have Abx^b

Then you minus 1 from the b which gives you the final answer Abx^(b-1)

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