find y' if I'm not sure at all what to do here. Can anyone tell me what definition/property is key to use? I would really appreciate it!
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Originally Posted by littlejodo find y' if I'm not sure at all what to do here. Can anyone tell me what definition/property is key to use? I would really appreciate it! Now both the term has been converted into the form , where C is just some constant. These can be easily differentiated using the rule that:
Last edited by Mush; January 23rd 2009 at 05:00 PM.
I just realized I made a mistake in the function. The second term was supposed to read 2raised to the e, all raised to x. How would that change things? I was thinking that it might end up looking like the other term? Thank you!
Originally Posted by littlejodo I just realized I made a mistake in the function. The second term was supposed to read 2raised to the e, all raised to x. How would that change things? I was thinking that it might end up looking like the other term? Thank you! It doesn't really change things: Same rules apply.
Okay, so the final answer I came to is: Is this correct? Again, I really appreciate your help.
Actually I just realised the first term is a bit more difficult than that: It might be better to treat each term separately! Let and Take the first term. Hence
Last edited by Mush; January 23rd 2009 at 05:29 PM.
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