If y = 3x +- 1, the derivative with respect to x is y' = 3.
The derivative of y = sin(3x + 5) is 3cos(3x + 5) but only if x is measured in radians.
3x - 4 sqrt(2)The first derivative with respect to 'x' is 3.
the derivative of 3x is 3 the derivative of x cubed is 3 times x squared
In this case, you'll need to apply the chain rule, first taking the derivative of the tan function, and multiplying by the derivative of 3x: y = tan(3x) ∴ dy/dx = 3sec2(3x)
d/dx e3x = 3e3x
Take the derivative of (3x+1)1/2First use the power rule on the entire function, then multiply it by the derivative of the inside:(1/2)(3x-1)-1/2(3) = (3/2)(3x-1)-1/2which can also be written as3/(2sqrt(3x-1))(sqrt stands for square root)
f'(x)=-3the derivative of e is zero because its a constant. Derivative of -3x is -3. Bring the exponent of x down in front of the -3 and subtract the original exponent by 1. Ex. -3(1...which is the first exponent of the x)x^0(n-1 or 1-1=0)all this is -3(1)x^0x^0 is 1 so the derivative of -3x is -3
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I think you mean; f(x) = 3x^2 d/dx(3x^2) = 6x
In calculus, a derivative is basically the slope of a function. For example the derivative of 3x + 1 is 3, and the derivative of 5x2 is 10x. A derivative can also be a word derived (made) from another word. For example, "electricity" is a derivative of "electric". A derivative can also be a compound made from another compound (as in chemistry). Anything that "results from deviation" can be called a derivative. This basically means that if something is made from, or branches of something else, it can be called a derivative.
sup homie. the derivative of (3x^3)*5x like everything else uses the chain rule..so (45x3) +(15x2). bye homie.
The antiderivative of -3 with respect to x is -3x+C. C being any real number.
f(x) = 3x2 + 5x + 2fprime(x) = 6x + 5
∫ (x2+3) = ∫x2 + ∫3(1/3)X3 + 3X + C
If it's tan(x3), the the thingy is 3x2/(cos2(x3)) i think Else, if it's tan(3x), then it's 3/(cos2x) If you need more help with this, search "chain rule" and "derivative" on wikipedia.