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#### coolbeans33

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- Sep 19, 2013

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^{t}

^{^2}+1)

^{4}

this is what I did:

(5

^{t}

^{^2})(ln 5)(2t) * 4(5

^{t^2}+1)

^{3}

did I do this right?

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- Sep 19, 2013

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this is what I did:

(5

did I do this right?

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- Jan 26, 2012

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Yep! Looks good to me. You took the derivative of the outermost part then applied the chain rule.

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- Mar 5, 2012

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Yep.^{t}^{^2}+1)^{4}

this is what I did:

(5^{t}^{^2})(ln 5)(2t) * 4(5^{t^2}+1)^{3}

did I do this right?