# Find derivatives of the functions defined as follows. y=4^(-5x+2)

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Derivatives
Find derivatives of the functions defined as follows. y=4^(-5x+2)

2020-11-09
dy/dx=4^(-5x+2) ln4(-5) dy/dx=(-5 ln4)4^(-5x+2)

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