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  • 5 years ago

Compute the derivative of f(x)=e^x^(2+1)

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  1. anonymous
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    so in other words derivative of e^x^3?

  2. anonymous
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    I'm not sure, it is a little confusing because of the +1.

  3. anonymous
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    um ok. well if it is e^x^(3) then in this case we would have to use chain rule. so we would get (3x^2) * (e^x^3)

  4. anonymous
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    I am going to try the online derivative calculator. Test this Thursday.

  5. anonymous
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    try wolframalpha.com

  6. anonymous
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    The online derivative calculator isn't going to help you on your test this Thursday. Practicing the chain rule will. ;)

  7. anonymous
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    Yes, I know. But I am going to learn this

  8. anonymous
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    also go onto khanacademy.com and find the related derivative concepts. it has really easy to follow videos that make all these crazy concepts that you find hard really simple. - step by step solution the videos are short too

  9. anonymous
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    The O D C gives the answer as 2xe^x^2

  10. anonymous
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    um yeah. thats if you are deriving e^x^2

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