I have another derivative question, this one's a little more complicated... Find the derivative of the following: h(x) = 3e^((sin)(x+2)) I'm having a hard time even getting started on this one...
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Originally Posted by Jools I have another derivative question, this one's a little more complicated... Find the derivative of the following: h(x) = 3e^((sin)(x+2)) I'm having a hard time even getting started on this one... This is precalc? Wow. We didn't even touch derivatives when I took it. Good luck...
Originally Posted by Jools I have another derivative question, this one's a little more complicated... Find the derivative of the following: h(x) = 3e^((sin)(x+2)) I'm having a hard time even getting started on this one... What do you mean by (sin)(x+2)? Do you mean: Using the chain rule: the derivative of is
Originally Posted by Jools I have another derivative question, this one's a little more complicated... Find the derivative of the following: h(x) = 3e^((sin)(x+2)) I'm having a hard time even getting started on this one... In case you meant: Then, using the same method I did before and the product rule: Do you understand it now?
Thank you! I do... There's just so many varaitions of the chain rule, I have a hard time determining which one to use... I guess practise will be the key.
There is only one chain rule- applied to many different functions.
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