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    Another differentiation question

    y=(pie)^(x)+x^(pie) work out step by step please
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashley09 View Post
    y=(pie)^(x)+x^(pie) work out step by step please
    Once again, show us an attempt. We're not here to do your homework.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashley09 View Post
    y=(pie)^(x)+x^(pie) work out step by step please
    The second term is dealt with in the usual way using the formula \frac{d (x^a)}{dx} = a \cdot x^{a-1}.

    The first term is dealt with using the formula \frac{d (a^x)}{dx} = (\ln a) \, a^x.
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