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find dy/ dx and simplify : y=lnx/e^(2x) ?
dy/dx= (1_2xlnx)/xe^(2x)
or you can write it : dy/dx=(1/xe^(2x)) _2y
i am confused , what exactly I have to do in this problem..
use quotient rule:\[\large \frac{\frac{e^{2x}}{x} + 2\ln x (e^{2x})}{e^{4x}}\]
that's supposed to be minus not plus
ok, thanks! I just didn't knew which rule to apply
QUOTIENT RULE \[\frac{ldh - hdl}{l^2}\] where l = low; h = high; d = derivative