e^x^y = x +y(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

ok i know i am suppost to use the chain rule and the product rule

so x+y is 1 +1 if u find the derivatives, but e^x^2 is confusing me, what is u and what is n

i think u= e^x^2 and n= y is that possible for n to equal y, this problem is confusing

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# Homework Help: Another implicit differentiation

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