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Asked Oct 20, 2019

Find the derivative of the following equations:

1: y=e^{2x^2 - x }+2^{x }-3^{x}

2: y= ln(x^{3} / 2x^{2}+3)

Step 1

To differentiate the given functions, by using basic rules of differentating standard functions (exponential, logarithmic)

Step 2

Rules (forumulae )...

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