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Use the General Power Rule or the Shifting and Scaling Rule to find the derivative of the function given below.
y = e^(16 – 3x^2)

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    y = -6x*e^(16-3x^2)

    using the chain rule:

    (f(g(x)))prime one= f prime(g(x))*g prime(x)

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