How do I eliminate the arbitrary constant A from the function: y = Ae^(3x)? Here is my attempt: y = Ae^(3x) dy/dx = (how do I differentiate Ae^(3x) ) ??
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Originally Posted by sparky How do I eliminate the arbitrary constant A from the function: y = Ae^(3x)? Here is my attempt: y = Ae^(3x) dy/dx = (how do I differentiate Ae^(3x) ) ?? What is the exact question you are doing?
is the world's easiest function to differentiate! Its derivative is just itself, . To differentiate , use the chain rule to get the derivative dwsmith did. To get an equation that does not involve the constant A, divide the derivative of y by y: .
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