# left f(x)=2^(sin(x)) Find f'(x) Question left $$f(x)=2^(sin(x))$$
Find f'(x) 2021-02-10
To compute the derivative of the given function (involving exponentials)
Step 2
Here ,we have used chain rule: If h(x)= p(q(x)), then h'(x) = p'(q) times q'(x)
Write $$f(x)=2^(u(x)),u(x)=sinx$$
by chain rule
$$f'(x)=(2^u)$$(derivative wrt u)*u'(x)
$$=2^uIn(2)cosx$$
$$=(In2)2^(sinx)(cosx)$$

### Relevant Questions The parabola shown is the graph of $$f(x) = Ax^{2}\ +\ 2x\ +\ C.$$
The x-intercepts of the graph are at $$-4\ and\ -3.$$ Find the exact value of the y-intercept and the coordinates of the vertex of the graph (expressed in terms of rational numbers and radicals). Use the rational zeros theorem to find all the real zeros of the polynomial function. Use the zeros to factor f over the real numbers.
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that is, solve $$f(x) = 0$$
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$$\cos\ \beta = \frac{3}{4},\ \beta$$ lies in quadrant 1
a. $$\sin(\alpha\ +\ \beta)$$
b. $$\cos(\alpha\ +\ \beta)$$
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