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differentiate using the chain rule (x^2+4x+7)^2

f(x) = (x2+4x+7)2 = u2where we have made u = x2+4x+7. The Chain rule is df(x)/dx = (df(x)/du)(du/dx). df(x)/du = 2u and du/dx = 2x + 4 so therefore df(x)/dx = 2(x2+4x+7)(2x+4).

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