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Help with quest
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LukeNim
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Leaving Cert Mathematics
— 07/10/16
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Differentiate e^(2x)1/e^x+1
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Dazzla16
— 06/10/16
Hey Luke! Would you be able to send a picture of the question to clarify what we are looking for?
ValH
— 07/10/16
I think this is the answer if I've interpreted your question correctly!
Differentiation Q.docx
Dazzla16
— 07/10/16
@ValH just letting you know that you had forgotten to use the quotient rule in your proposed solution. Otherwise, you were on the right track.
Dazzla16
— 07/10/16
If the question is interpreted as: Differentiate (e^(2x))  (1/(e^x)) +1 with respect to x then here is a stepbystep guide. Hope it helps :)
Untitled.pptx
LukeNim
— 07/10/16
Thanks for the help guys but figured it out Monday:)
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