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So in a calc 2 exam, you gloss over all the derivatives questions and get to integration and series. You get the really tough integrals, but you miss the grade-boosting derivative question (10%/100)?! So I've never gotten lower than 95% on a math midterm, but now I'm getting 85%~. Look at how stupid I was when I saw this question:
Find y' of [tex](x^{2} + 3x)^{ln(x)}[/tex]. If I told you I used power rule, how'd that bode for me as a math major?
Find y' of [tex](x^{2} + 3x)^{ln(x)}[/tex]. If I told you I used power rule, how'd that bode for me as a math major?