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    Finding derevative

    find the derivative of the following equation


    I am getting this as an answer:

    but its not correct
    any help
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    Quote Originally Posted by kashifzaidi View Post
    find the derivative of the following equation


    I am getting this as an answer:

    but its not correct
    any help
    There is one thing wrong with your answer: there is no negative sign in the answer.

    It should be 10x\sqrt{x}e^{x^2}\!\left(x^2+2\right)^4+\left(x^2  +2\right)^5\left[\frac{1}{2\sqrt{x}}e^{x^2}+2x\sqrt{x}e^{x^2}\right]
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