Consider the parametric equations:x=e^{t}y=3e^{-2t}Find dy/dx at the point (1.3)

Tazmin Horton 2021-08-31 Answered

Consider the parametric equations:
x=et
y=3e2t
Find dydx at the point (1,3)

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