How do you find the derivative of # f(x) = 2e^x - 3x^4#?
The derivative of the given function is represented as:
Remember the sum/difference of derivative rule, which is applied when two function are being added/subtracted up.
Pull out the constant from the derivative. The rule is stated as:
Now at this point, we need to recall the power rule for derivative and exponential function rule. They are stated as:
So that by applying these rules, we get:
Simplify to get: