use the composite rule to differentiate the function f(x)=e^(cosx+sinx) please can you help???
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you mean chain rule e^(u(x)) differentiates to u '(x)*e^(u(x)) so in this case f(x)= e^(cosx+sinx) f`(x)=(-sinx+cosx)e^(cosx+sinx)
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