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What is dy/dx when y = 2/(x^4) + 6e^x - 5sin(x)

 What is dy/dx when y = 2/(x^4) + 6e^x - 5sin(x)

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Mark M. | Math Tutor--High School/College levelsMath Tutor--High School/College levels
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y = 2x-4 + 6ex - 5sinx
 
dy/dx = -8x-5 + 6ex - 5cosx = -8/x5 + 6ex - 5cosx