derivative of e^6e^x?
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Originally Posted by BugzLooney derivative of e^6e^x? Is it ?
Yes that is the question indeed.
The first derivate, using the chain rule
consider the expression equal to say t. take logs on both sides of the equation then differentiate and u should get the derivative of t ie. the derivative of your expression.
for the second derivative differetiate again as you already might be knowing!
The second derivate
Originally Posted by BugzLooney Yes that is the question indeed. If is a differentiable function and , then is differentiable and: .
Just apply this on your problem.
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