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Asked Mar 6, 2020

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Find dy/dx in terms of t if

x=te^t , y=6t+6e^t

dy/dx=

Step 1

Use Product rule of derivative and find the derivative of x with respect to "t".

Step 2

Use sum rule of derivative and find the derivative of y with respect to "t".

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