Finding the derivative of polynomial is bit tricky unless you practice a lot. But it is not tough as you think. First, we need to pull down the exponent, multiply it with its co-efficient and then reduce the typical exponent by 1. I.e., Lets say we have a simple polynomial 3x^3 + 7x^2.

Firstly, let's bring down the exponent and multiply it with co-efficient.

= (3 * 3)x^2 + (7 * 2)x

= 9x^2 + 14x

Therefore, the derivative of the given polynomial equation is 9x^2 + 14x.

Use our below online derivative of a polynomial calculator by inserting the polynomial into the input box and then click calculate button to find the output.

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