Hi I dont have an actual question but if I wanted to how can i differentiate a function like y=3^(x) with respect to x? thanks
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Originally Posted by wahhdoe Hi I dont have an actual question but if I wanted to how can i differentiate a function like y=3^(x) with respect to x? thanks This is of the form
Originally Posted by wahhdoe Hi I dont have an actual question but if I wanted to how can i differentiate a function like y=3^(x) with respect to x? thanks If you don't want to memorize the formulas just take the log's. becomes . The ln 3 is a constant, so when you differentiate with respect to x you get, using the chain rule Popping the y on the other sides gives you .
Originally Posted by wahhdoe Hi I dont have an actual question but if I wanted to how can i differentiate a function like y=3^(x) with respect to x? thanks Alternatively, transform it into a function of . . Let so that . . Therefore .
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