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Find f'(x) for f(x) = -10e**(-2x)

You have to use the Derivative Rules for 'e'.

Explained here very well https://youtu.be/zoaqG9xpV0Q

Thanks for "Math and Science 2024" on YouTube

https://www.desmos.com/calculator/bwpthwbivk for the full workthrough if and as interested.

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Find f'(x) for f(x) = -10e**(-2x)

 

\(f(x)=-10e^{-2x}\)

 

\(g(x)=e^x\\g'(x)=e^x\)

 

\(h(x)=-2x\\h'(x)=-2\)

 

\(f'(x)= -10\times e^{-2x}\times-2\\\color{blue}f'(x)=20e^{-2x}\)

 

laugh  !

asinus  Apr 11, 2017

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