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**1. I have this equation: y= 2.52e^-0.8472x which I need to differentiate.**

**2. I am unsure whether to use the product or chain rule>**

**3. I honestly don't know what to do...**

I was thinking 2.52e^u?

I was thinking 2.52e^u?

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I was thinking 2.52e^u?

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NascentOxygen

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I was thinking 2.52e^u?

Yes, let u=-0.8472x is how you could do it.

Then, dy/dx = dy/du * du/dx

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Thanks!

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