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Degree: Geophysics (Masters) - University College London University
Hi, my name is Robert and I'm studying Geophysics at University College London, currently in my second year, with an interest in hazard and disaster reduction. Having been tutored myself in the past I know the importance of an understanding and passionate tutor. I'm very friendly and will make myself available so you can contact me whenever you have a question.
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The question can be broken into two steps,
1) dy/dx is asking to differentiate y=x3+5x+3 with respect to x
Differentiating we multiply by the current power and lower this powers value by 1. ( Constants differentiate to nothing )
i.e x3 goes to 3x2
2) Next we need to find the value of dy/dx when x=3 done simply by substituting all x's in the equation by 3
dy/dx= 3*(3)2 + 5 = 32see more