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Unformatted text preview: (8) <<<Press any Key to Continue>>> f ' x ( 29 = 1 8 x5 ( 29 Simplifying give us the final result…. . f '( x ) = 8 8 x5 Let’s do one final example…. f x ( 29 = e 3 x 4 Think of this like it ' s f ( x ) = e z and z = 3 x 4 ⇒ f '( x ) = e 3 x 4 d dx z f ' x ( 29 = e 3 x 4 Now take the derivative of “what’s inside” and ‘tack that on the end’. <<<Press any Key to Continue>>> First takethederivativeof the " e z " part f ' x ( 29 = e 3 x 4 12 x 3 ( 29 or f ' x ( 29 = 12 x 3 e 3 x 4...
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course MATH 122 taught by Professor Kustin during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.
 Spring '08
 KUSTIN
 Chain Rule, Derivative, Power Rule, The Chain Rule

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