y=(e^(8x))/(2x^(2)-3)
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Originally Posted by wallyg y=(e^(8x))/(2x^(2)-3) Hello and welcome to MathHelpForum. You should understand that this is not a homework service nor is it a tutorial service. Please either post some of your own work on these problems or explain what you do not understand about the question.
This is a job for the quotient rule. If Also
Would the answer be (2x-3)*(8e^(8x)-e^(8x)*2)/(2x^(2)-3)^(2) ?
Originally Posted by wallyg Would the answer be (2x-3)*(8e^(8x)-e^(8x)*2)/(2x^(2)-3)^(2) ? I don't think so, given your function is then
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