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    differentiate the following: help!

     y=exp(x^{3}+lnx)
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    Quote Originally Posted by skystar View Post
     y=exp(x^{3}+lnx)

    Do you mean:
    e^{x^3+lnx}

    If so:

    \frac{d}{dx}e^{x^3+lnx}=(e^{x^3+lnx})(3x^2+\frac{1  }{x})

    If I remember correctly.
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