Hi everyone as per title, Im doinf a new math course and struggle with some ideas and concepts. Im very grateful for a site like this, it seems very knowledgable!
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DY/DX e^5x sec (x^3).
I have to differentiate this. I belive I have to use the product rule then the chain rule.
f'x = e^5x d/dx ((sec (x^3)) + (sec (x^3)) d/dx ((e^5x).
g(u) = sec (u) where u = f(x) = (x^3)
now g'(u) = sec x tan x and f'x = 3x^2
Composite rule = k'(x) = g'(f(x)) f' (x)
= g' (u) f'(x)
= sec x tan x . 3x^2
f'x = e^5x (sec x tan x 3x^2) + (sec (x^3)) 5e^5x
Thats it. I find this quite difficult.
D[ e^(5x) sec (x^3),x] - Wolfram|Alpha
I believe so