Kenneth S. answered • 01/27/18

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Using limits, you will be performing the limit of the Difference quotient, which is [f(x+h) - f(x)] / h.

There are examples in your Calculus book.

f'(x) will turn out to be 12x

^{2}and thus f'(2) will be easy to compute.I'm not going through the arduous typing to show intermediate steps. Hint: it will be necessary for you to know how to expand (x+h)

^{3}; the binomial theorem & Pascal's triangle will be used.