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Differentiating eI have been given the equation y=xe^3x The answer is e^3x (1 + 3x) How? I thought maybe they are pulling down the 3x and and multiplying by 1, but why +1? |

Re: Differentiating eWe are given to differentiate: Using the product and chain rules, we find: |

Re: Differentiating eOh I see. Thank you. Another similar problem is e^(1+3t)^2 The answer is 6(1+3t)*e^(1+3t)^2 I just am not understanding how to get the 6(1+3t). Thank you for the continued help. |

Re: Differentiating eUsing the chain rule, we find: |

Re: Differentiating eAh, I see that we must split it up many times. Can you offer your help on this equation? y=x^2 * lnx and t^2 + 2lnt Thank you for helping. I am slowly understanding :) |

Re: Differentiating eQuote:
Do you know the derivatives of and ? and t^2 + 2lnt Thank you for helping. I am slowly understanding :)[/quote] |

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