Posted by **Tokey** on Friday, November 5, 2010 at 7:03pm.

I understand generally how to solve, by taking natural logs and the the derivative, but i am confused by the presence of the 3 in front...

if f(x)= 3(sin(x))^x, find f'(1)

should i move 3 to the y side or take the natural log of it?

Thanks!

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