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How will u differentiate this Y= C1(e^3x) + C2(e^2x) + C3(e^x) ?

How will u differentiate this 
Y= C1(e^3x) + C2(e^2x) + C3(e^x) ?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Aryan Shukla
15 Points
5 years ago
If C1, C2 & C3 are constants then by applying chain rule, the derivative of the given eqn. will be dy/dx= 3C1(e^3x) + 2C2(e^2x) + C3(e^x)

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