can you helpe find the derivative of y=6/5-6/5e^-20

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can you helpe find the derivative of y=6/5-6/5e^-20

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I got y'=24e^-20 is that right?
  • Tim
i'm checking right now, give me a sec
$$y=\frac{6}{5} - \frac{6}{5e^{-20}}$$

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Is that the function, susdek?
  • Tim
yes, that is what I got as well.
Thank you so much! I am rusty on my derivative capabilities :)
  • Tim
You're welcome. Where are you from?
sorry sid1729...the first part is right the second is -(6/5)e^-20
TX, Tim
Susdek, your answer is correct
(6/5-6/(5×e^(-20) ))'=0 Note that there is NOT a variable in your function.

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