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find derivative of the transcendental function

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4. Section 3.7, Exercise 42
5. Find the second derivative of the function f(x): f(x) = Vx + e* In(x)
6.
Find the derivative of the transcendental function: f(x)= 3x2 cos x - x'e 2
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4. Section 3.7, Exercise 42 5. Find the second derivative of the function f(x): f(x) = Vx + e* In(x) 6. Find the derivative of the transcendental function: f(x)= 3x2 cos x - x'e 2

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Step 1

Consider the given function:

f(x)=3x2 cosr-re
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f(x)=3x2 cosr-re

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Step 2

Now, take deri...

f'(x)(3xcosx)-(x'e)
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f'(x)(3xcosx)-(x'e)

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