how to find derivative for: y = x^e * e^x
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Originally Posted by algebra2 how to find derivative for: y = x^e * e^x Use the product rule: and and
l used the product rule and got the same answer as you, but the answer is suppose to be is there a way to get this
Last edited by algebra2; March 19th 2009 at 03:20 PM.
e^(i*pi) gave you . Now factor out an additional : so .
Last edited by mr fantastic; March 19th 2009 at 05:50 PM. Reason: Added a missing latex tag
how do you factor out x^(e-1) when there is only one x^(e-1), the other is x^e ======> wouldn't it have to be in order to write it as so how do you make (which is equal to ) into in order to write it as the answer given
Originally Posted by algebra2 l used the product rule and got the same answer as you, but the answer is suppose to be is there a way to get this . . . . . . . . . .
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