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    Mixed problems

    1) Prove that the equation nDeriv(a^x, x, 1) = e

    2) During an attempt increases the amount of bacterias y in 1 litres milk according to y = 10 * 2^x, where x is the time in hours.
    Solve the equation y'(x) = 1 000 and explain the result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by openbook91 View Post
    1) Prove that the equation nDeriv(a^x, x, 1) = e

    Mr F says: Do you mean nth derivative of a^x evaluated at x = 1?

    2) During an attempt increases the amount of bacterias y in 1 litres milk according to y = 10 * 2^x, where x is the time in hours.
    Solve the equation y'(x) = 1 000 and explain the result.
    Mr F says: Do you know how to differentiate 2^x ?
    These are NOT Pre-algebra and algebra questions. They clearly should have been posted in the Calculus forum.
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