10.5 Derivative of Log or Exponent that Requires Implicit
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Chapter 10
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10.5
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Solutions 22 Videos

Differentiate each of the following.

\displaystyle y = x^{\sqrt{10}} - 3

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Q1a

Differentiate each of the following.

\displaystyle y = 5x^{3\sqrt{2}}

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Q1b

Differentiate each of the following.

\displaystyle s = t^{\pi}

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Q1c

Differentiate each of the following.

\displaystyle f(x) = x^e + e^x

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Q1d

Use the method of logarithmic differentiation to determine the derivative.

\displaystyle y = x^{\ln x}

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Q2a

Use the method of logarithmic differentiation to determine the derivative.

\displaystyle y = \frac{(x + 1)(x -3)^2}{(x +2)^3}

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Q2b

Use the method of logarithmic differentiation to determine the derivative.

\displaystyle y = x^{\sqrt{x}}

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Q2c

Use the method of logarithmic differentiation to determine the derivative.

y = (\frac{1}{x})^x

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Q2d

If y = f(x) = x^x, evaluate f'(e).

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Q3a

If y = e^x + x^e, determine \frac{dy}{dx}, when x = 2.

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Q3b

If f(x) = \frac{(x - 3)^2\sqrt[3]{x + 1}}{(x- 4)^5}, d├ętermine f'(7).

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Q3c

Determine the equation of the tangent to the curve defined by y = x^{x^2} at the point where x = 2.

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Q4

If \displaystyle y = \frac{1}{(x + 1)(x + 2)(x + 3)} , determine the slope of the tangent to the curve at the point where x = 0.

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Q5

Determine the points on the curve defined by y = x^{\frac{1}{x}}, x > 0, where the slope of the tangent is zero.

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Q6

If tangents to the curve defined by y =x^2 + 4\ln x are parallel to the line defined by y - 6x + 3 =0, determine the points where the tangents touch the curve.

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Q7

Differentiate y = x^{\cos x}, x > 0.

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Q11

Make a conjecture about which number is larger: e^{\pi} or \pi^e. Verify your work with a calculator.

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