I did this problem, and came up with the wrong answer. Just needed help on what i did wrong...thanks f(x) = eln(e^2x2 + 3) i got 4x(e^x) and it was way wrong...some help
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Originally Posted by mathaction I did this problem, and came up with the wrong answer. Just needed help on what i did wrong...thanks f(x) = eln(e^2x2 + 3) i got 4x(e^x) and it was way wrong...some help do you mean or is it actually ?
Originally Posted by Jhevon do you mean or is it actually ? sorry, its e^(lne^(2x^2)+3)
Originally Posted by mathaction sorry, its e^(lne^(2x^2)+3) ok, so the +3 in the power of the first e is not a part of the power of the second e, got it. here's what we do. we would simplify first:
ok...i just have to remember that whenever i have an e^x that expression will be the same in the derivative as the original function
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