Use the product rule to differentiate {eq}g(x) = (3x^3 + 2x)(4x^2 - 2) {/eq}

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Use the product rule to differentiate {eq}g(x) = (3x^3 + 2x)(4x^2 - 2) {/eq}

## Differentiation

Differentiation measures the sensitiveness of the change in the value of one variable with respect to another variable. The derivative is obtained after differentiating the equation.

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View this answer**Product rule of differentiation is used to differentiate when the product of two functions is given.**

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