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differentiate power raised to a power think we can do substitution

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Try logarithms

maybe the log function

right on time huh

Haha :P

lol i dont understand. what you wrote, is that the correct way to do this problem or not?

Nah. Start by rewriting |dw:1441505728153:dw|

ok thanks!

wait then how do i solve it after rewriting it? lol i forgot how to do that part!

Use the chain rule.

ok thanks. i think i got it from here

no i don't get it. i don't know how to solve it. i tried using the chain rule

yes please! i would greatly appreciate that! :)