Thread: quick help with the derivative of e^Wt

1. quick help with the derivative of e^Wt

Hi Guys,
Not posted on here before. Just found this place!
The question is : whats the derivative of e to the power of omega T.
Im stuck as im not sure as the omega and the T are variables so does the omega get put in front of the e?
Am i making any sense?

Thanks, James.

2. Originally Posted by james jarvis
Hi Guys,
Not posted on here before. Just found this place!
The question is : whats the derivative of e to the power of omega T.
Im stuck as im not sure as the omega and the T are variables so does the omega get put in front of the e?
Am i making any sense?

Thanks, James.
just the T is a variable. the omega is a constant, so treat it as such. you'd do the same thing as if you had e^(2t) or something

3. Originally Posted by james jarvis
Hi Guys,
Not posted on here before. Just found this place!
The question is : whats the derivative of e to the power of omega T.
Im stuck as im not sure as the omega and the T are variables so does the omega get put in front of the e?
Am i making any sense?

Thanks, James.

$\displaystyle e^{T\omega} \frac{\mathrm{d}}{\mathrm{dT}}$$\displaystyle = \omega e^{T\omega}$

4. Thanks,
Some how convinced myself that they were both variables.
James.

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