Differentiate: f(x)=x^5/2e^x
i got (1/2)e^x x^3/2 (2x+5) is that right?

Differentiate: f(x)=x^5/2e^x
i got (1/2)e^x x^3/2 (2x+5) is that right?

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the exponential is in the denominator with the 5 or no?:)
oh oh oh, it's x^(5/2)

\[\Large\rm f(x)=x^{5/2}e^x\]This?

Hmm yah looks correct, maybe a little over simplified though hehe.

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