\int ax^n \,dx =\frac{ax^{n+1}}{n+1} + c

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The "Integral Calculus Playground" is a sophisticated educational tool designed to help users practice...

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The "Differential Calculus Playground" is a valuable educational tool that allows users to test their...

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To differentiate a function of a function, also known as composite functions, you can use the chain rule....

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The differentiation of a quotient involves applying the quotient rule, which states that the derivative...

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To differentiate the function e^ax with respect to x, where a is a constant, the derivative of this function...

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The differentiation of sine and cosine functions involves finding the derivatives of these trigonometric...

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Differentiation from first principles is a method of finding the derivative of a function by using the...

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To differentiate - x^{1/2} with respect to x, we can use the power rule of differentiation. This rule...

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To differentiate function 3e^(-8/5x) with respect to x, we will use the chain rule of differentiation....

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To differentiate the expression 3ln5x with respect to x, we will use the chain rule of differentiation....