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find the maximum or minimum relative point of the function : f(x)=(1-x)e^(2x) ?

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    Derivative set equal to zero. Take that answer and plug it into the original equation in order to get the y coordinate. Then plug what you got in for the derivative set to zero and plug it into the second derivative. If it is positive, then it is a min and if it is negative, then it is a max.

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    Just to make sure the derivative of e to the 2x is 2e to the 2x?

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    e always stays the same so the derivative of e^2x is 2e^2x. You always take the derivative of e^this * the original e^... equation.

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    ok, thank you so much!

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