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Find the derivative of xe^-2x

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    @rajathsbhat can u help?

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    can you do it if i teach you how to derive e^-2x?

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    I got 2e^-2x is that correct?

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    product rule..

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    okay

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    what you got when you differentiated the exponent is correct......

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    okay

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    do you know the product rule??

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    no

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    this is the product rule..... it says if you have eg.... \[y=uv\] \[\frac{ dy }{ dx }= uv \prime + vu \prime \]

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    ok

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    can you give an example?

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    yes...sure eg. \[y= 7xe ^{x ^{2}}\] \[\frac{ dy }{ dx }=7x \times 2xe ^{x ^{2}} +xe ^{x ^{2}} \times 7\]

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    ok

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    can you simplify it further from there?????

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    i think so

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    thx for the help

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    you are welcome.....

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