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    exponential dy/dx

    Hi
    differentiate 4e^(2x+5).

    I work it out as= 8e^(2x+5)

    Is this correct?

    thanks
    John
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    Re: exponential dy/dx

    That's correct!
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    Re: exponential dy/dx

    Quote Originally Posted by celtic1234 View Post
    Hi
    differentiate 4e^(2x+5).

    I work it out as= 8e^(2x+5)

    Is this correct?

    thanks
    John
    Correct use of the chain rule to give a correct answer
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    Re: exponential dy/dx

    thanks-Siron you better give me your bank details so that i can start paying you
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    Re: exponential dy/dx

    You're welcome!
    And if you want a quick check for your answers you can consult wolphram alpha.
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