derivative 4^x+6 could you explain in simple terms how to do this in steps, I know its ln, but just stuck in a rut

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derivative 4^x+6 could you explain in simple terms how to do this in steps, I know its ln, but just stuck in a rut

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are you trying to take the derivative of 4^x + 6?
yes
is x + 6 in the exponent?

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no sorry x^4 then +6
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\[{d(x^4+6)\over dx}\] \[{d(x^4)\over dx}+{d(6)\over dx}=4x^3+0\]
i mean 4^x + 6 i apologize again
This is referred to as the power rule..multiply the coefficient by the exponent and then subtract one from the exponent.
oh. okay let y = 4^x + 6 lny = xln4 + ln6 1/y(dy/dx) = ln4 cross multiply.... dy/dx = yln4 substitute... dy/dx = (4^x + 6) ln4 i don't know if that can be simplified further but i think that's simplified already
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2 ln(2)*4^x
y202 gave the same answer in a different form....both are right.
ok thank you guys! my text book is terrible over this section, they show the limits only and thats what im not looking for hah,
so ln(a)*a^x is the format
yes, I usually write it a^xlna

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