Hello (again), please help me with this problem. I don't really know where to being. Thanks.
Yes, I know how to solve for the derivative. I just need a push with how to solve for x after I differentiate the function. My algebra is a bit rusty, but I do remember something about taking the natural log of each side to bring the x in the exponent to the front...or something like that.
I had thought of this problem for some time. I think this curve does not contain a point such that the tangent is 3. Please see the attachment I have given below. I any of you find the attachment unreadable or any problem with my solution please reply me.
Hope this helps.