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What is the answer to -5x 3 3x 23?

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###### Wiki User

###### June 05, 2007 2:38AM

kind of oddly written, but if you meant (-5) X (33) X (23) then it is -3795.

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### 5x3-3x plus 4 -3x3-2x2 plus 6x-1?

Am I right :P?
5x^(3)-3x+4-3x^(3)-2x+6x-1
Since 5x^(3) and -3x^(3) are like terms, add -3x^(3) to 5x^(3) to
get 2x^(3).
(d)/(dx) 5x^(3)-3x+4-3x^(3)-2x+6x-1=2x^(3)-3x+4-2x+6x-1
Since -3x and -2x are like terms, subtract 2x from -3x to get
-5x.
(d)/(dx) 5x^(3)-3x+4-3x^(3)-2x+6x-1=2x^(3)-5x+4+6x-1
Since -5x and 6x are like terms, subtract 6x from -5x to get
x.
(d)/(dx) 5x^(3)-3x+4-3x^(3)-2x+6x-1=2x^(3)+x+4-1
Subtract 1 from 4 to get 3.
(d)/(dx) 5x^(3)-3x+4-3x^(3)-2x+6x-1=2x^(3)+x+3
To find the derivative of 2x^(3), multiply the base (x) by the
exponent (3), then subtract 1 from the exponent.
(d)/(dx) 5x^(3)-3x+4-3x^(3)-2x+6x-1=6x^(2)+(d)/(dx) x+3
To find the derivative of x, multiply the base (x) by the exponent
(1), then subtract 1 from the exponent (1-1=0). Since the exponent
is now 0, x is eliminated from the term.
(d)/(dx) 5x^(3)-3x+4-3x^(3)-2x+6x-1=6x^(2)+1+(d)/(dx) 3
Since 3 does not contain x, the derivative of 3 is 0.
(d)/(dx) 5x^(3)-3x+4-3x^(3)-2x+6x-1=6x^(2)+1+0
Add 0 to 1 to get 1.
(d)/(dx) 5x^(3)-3x+4-3x^(3)-2x+6x-1=6x^(2)+1
The derivative of 5x^(3)-3x+4-3x^(3)-2x+6x-1 is 6x^(2)+1.
6x^(2)+1