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|Sheet 2 Q6||draft||Clodagh Carroll||12/02/2018 12:07|
|Sheet 2 Q6 Derivative of exponential with custom feedback||draft||Clodagh Carroll||28/01/2021 15:31|
|Clodagh's copy of Sheet 2 Q6 Derivative of exponential with custom feedback||draft||Clodagh Carroll||19/01/2021 15:46|
|Differentiate exponential using chain rule~ A||Needs to be tested||Wan Mekwi||19/10/2021 16:20|
|Differentiate expression using product rule~A||Ready to use||Wan Mekwi||19/10/2021 16:32|
|Differentiate expression using quotient rule~A||draft||Wan Mekwi||19/10/2021 17:01|
|Differentiate expression using quotient rule (exponential)~A||draft||Wan Mekwi||22/10/2021 08:50|
|Differentiation test 1||Ready to use||Wan Mekwi||22/10/2021 15:56|
|Differentiation test 2||Ready to use||Wan Mekwi||22/10/2021 15:56|
|Differentiation test 3||Ready to use||Wan Mekwi||22/10/2021 16:00|
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This question is used in the following exams:
- MATH6006 Tutorial Sheet 2 (2019-2020) by Clodagh Carroll in MATH6006 Sem 2 2020/2021.
- Violeta's copy of MATH6006 Tutorial Sheet 2 (2019-2020) by Violeta CIT in Bridging 2020.
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