How is this done?
x^4 - x^3
What do you need to do?
You deleted the three sections, the first of which shows the complete problem and variables and data.
The original problem is to differentiate the following:
So I applied the Quotient Rule and have it simplified to
I see that the e^2x's cancel and I dont understand how to simplify the rest.
The answer is
I just cant put the pieces together, thanks!
Youre almost there. Just pull out some x's and the exponential, like, x^3 e^2x (2 x^1 - 4)/x^8.
Then cancel out those x^3 with those on the bottom, and pull out another two and you have the answer.
This (above) is correct.
No, the e^(2x)'s don't cancel out. You can factor them out of each term, though.
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