anonymous
  • anonymous
can someone help me find the outside and inside function for y = xe^(-2x) so i can find the derivative?
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sgadi
  • sgadi
what is inside and outside functions?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh to take the derivative, you use the product rule and chain rule together. The product is composed of two parts, one is x, and the other is e^(-2x). The e^(-2x) involves a chain rule, because the inside is -2x, where the outside is e. So by taking the derivative of y with respect to x, you get \[1e ^{-2x}+xe ^{-2x}*-2\]
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Yes that did help! thank u!

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