Posted by **Anonymous ** on Monday, October 8, 2012 at 4:45pm.

What is the dervative of e^((5x^2)+(3x)-(7))?

Is it (10x+3)(e^((5x^2)+(3x)-(7))) or 10x+3(e^((5x^2)+(3x)-(7)))

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