# Differentiate #y=(x+1)^(2x)#?

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#### Answer:

#### Explanation:

As

and hence taking implicit differential on both sides, we get

i.e.

#=2(x+1)^(2x)(ln(x+1)+x/(x+1))#

#=2(x+1)^(2x)ln(x+1)+2x(x+1)^(2x-1)#

#### Answer:

#### Explanation:

Given:

Use the natural logarithm on both sides:

Use the identity

Differentiate both sides:

Please observe that the left side is obtained, using implicit differentiation, and the right side is obtained, using the product rule.

We can eliminate the absolute value of we bring the 2 inside as an exponent:

Multiply both sides by y:

Substitute for y: