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Question derive Eo with respect to r

En = -C/r + D^(-r/p)

C,D and p are all constants...

so far I have Eo = -Cr^-2 .. but then im not sure about the exponential.

any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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# Derivative with respect to a variable

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