if i were to multiple a constant by a constant, would it just be a constant?
for example:
y = c_{1}(c_{1}e^{-x})
y'= -c_{1}e^{-x}
edit: i guess i should square it since it's the same constant.
if i were to multiple a constant by a constant, would it just be a constant?
for example:
y = c_{1}(c_{1}e^{-x})
y'= -c_{1}e^{-x}
edit: i guess i should square it since it's the same constant.