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# Find derivatives of the functions defined as follows. y= -10^(3x^2-4) # Find derivatives of the functions defined as follows. y= -10^(3x^2-4)

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Derivatives asked 2020-10-23
Find derivatives of the functions defined as follows. $$y= -10^(3x^2-4)\( ## Answers (1) 2020-10-24 \(dy/dx= -10^(3x^2-4) ln10(6x)$$
$$dy/dx=(-6x ln10)10^(3x^2-4)$$

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