Hi all, I have the following question:
Given that g is a differentiable function and k is a real number, the derivative of the composite function
given by: g (e^kx) is.........
The answer given is: kg' (e^kx)e^kx
Just not sure how they got this. I might be getting confused with product rule
differentiation of composite functions Watch
- Thread Starter
- 13-07-2014 01:48
- Reporter Team
- 16-07-2014 09:52
Think about the definition of the chain rule.
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