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Could someone tell me what the answer is to the below.

(e^3x)^2

It is with respect to the denominator using the Quotient Rule.
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e^6x
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index law

multiplying 2 things two a power - add the indices

i.e.

(e^3x)(e^3x) = e^(3x+3x)=e^6x
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there is no denominator in what u have written

and if its the derivative u want seeing as u mention the quotient rule - then what u have to do is expand the square to get e^6x and then use the chain rule

therefore dy/dx = 6e^6x
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I :suith: you
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lets not get carried away
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lol - hot love on the hot love maths forum
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