Just wrote a test and this question was on my test find the derivative of Y= (pi)(e^5x^2-e) *just wanna know the answer (cuz i think i messed up on this question)
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Use the chain rule!
Last edited by Chop Suey; July 11th 2008 at 09:21 AM. Reason: correction
Originally Posted by supersaiyan Just wrote a test and this question was on my test find the derivative of Y= (pi)(e^5x^2-e) *just wanna know the answer (cuz i think i messed up on this question) to explain/summarize Chop Suey's solution: by the chain rule: and, of course, is a constant, and we know that so what you have is
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