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Note: 3ˣ=e^(ln(3ˣ))=e^(xln(3)). ln(3) is a constant.


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y= (x^3)(3^x)

Applying product rule for derivatives we get:

y' = 3x^2 * 3^x + x^3 *ln(3)*3^x

first box = 3

second box = 3


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