# What is the derivative of # (x^3+1)^2#?

Applying the chain rule,

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Firstly, expand the brackets

Now take the derivative using the power rule:

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The derivative of ( (x^3+1)^2 ) is ( 2(x^3+1)(3x^2) ).

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