I need help taking the following derivatives: d/dt of (e^-2)*(e^(1+e^x))*(e^t) and d/dt of (e^-2)*(e^(1+e^t))*(e^x) thanks Fred1956
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Originally Posted by Fred1956 I need help taking the following derivatives: d/dt of (e^-2)*(e^(1+e^x))*(e^t) If let which is a constant which gives: where u is a constant, should be easy enough. d/dt of (e^-2)*(e^(1+e^t))*(e^x) Let take logs: Spoiler: (Because ) (Because and ) Differentiate implicitly:
Last edited by e^(i*pi); October 29th 2009 at 12:00 PM. Reason: Changed a minus sign to a plus. Doesn't make a difference when differentiating because the x term is treated as constant.
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