I'm still having a bit of trouble with the concept of the derivative of the exponential function (e^x). "If h(z) = (z^2)(1+e^-z), determine h'(-1)." How do I solve this?
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Originally Posted by Jeavus I'm still having a bit of trouble with the concept of the derivative of the exponential function (e^x). "If h(z) = (z^2)(1+e^-z), determine h'(-1)." How do I solve this? ok you have ...then applying the product rule we get
this will be helpful ...so for we have ....so using the formula I have you we have as indicated above
Originally Posted by Jeavus I'm still having a bit of trouble with the concept of the derivative of the exponential function (e^x). "If h(z) = (z^2)(1+e^-z), determine h'(-1)." How do I solve this? taking the derivative
Thanks you two!
Originally Posted by Jeavus Thanks you two! Its not as though I have an english term paper due for English 11 tomorrow...haha xD
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