1. f(x)= e^(2*pi*x) 2. f(x)= x^(2*pi*e) 3. f(x)= (e*pi)^(2x) 4. f(x)= pi^(e)^(2x) thanks
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Originally Posted by Dr. Noobles 1. f(x)= e^(2*pi*x) 2. f(x)= x^(2*pi*e) Recall that . The first is going to be done by the chain rule: 1. Since and "e" are just constants, the second one is familiar to you already. It is just the power law: 2. -Dan
Originally Posted by Dr. Noobles 3. f(x)= (e*pi)^(2x) Since and "e" are constants this is the derivative of a constant to a function: (We also need to use the chain rule.) Using a property of logarithms. -Dan
Originally Posted by Dr. Noobles 4. f(x)= pi^(e)^(2x) We need some clarification here. Is your function: or For the first case, we need to use the chain rule a few times: In the second case note that , so -Dan
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