Assuming you mean: and that Z and C are constants.
Expand to give
Using the laws of exponents we can write
Group the constants:
That should be quite easy to differentiate using the chain rule
Hi all, just stuck with a simple equation at the moment and dont really know how to solve it. Hope you guys could assist me! Thanks.
The function is given as:
y= 1/C (1 - e^(-C(z - x))
what is the answer given i have differrentiate: dy/dx
C is a scalar constant
Thanks and much appreciated!