diffrentiatiate: f(x)=sin(e^2x) do i use product rule?

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diffrentiatiate: f(x)=sin(e^2x) do i use product rule?

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chain rule...
what is the outside function?

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you there?
the outside function is sin
and what is the derivative of sin?
cos
and what is the inside function?
thats what i don't get: (e^2x)
that's it! what's the derivative of that?
is it 2ex?
no, 2e^2x
oh ok thanks
then how do you put it all together?
cos 2e^2x
no... \[\frac{ d }{ dx }f \left( g \left( x \right) \right)=f'\left( g \left( x \right) \right)\cdot g'\left( x \right)\]that's the chain rule

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