Using an appropriate rule how would I differentiate y = (4x^{2} - e^{2}x) sin 3x
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Originally Posted by tomjay Using an appropriate rule how would I differentiate y = (4x^{2} - e^{2}x) sin 3x The product rule is the only appropriate rule.
The Rules needed are Product, Difference, Chain and Power.
Hello, tomjay! Since you're working with exponential and trigonometric functions, . . you MUST be familiar with the Product Rule . . . right?
Originally Posted by Soroban Hello, tomjay! Since you're working with exponential and trigonometric functions, . . you MUST be familiar with the Product Rule . . . right? That's assuming that is the correct function. As written, it should be ...
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