# How do you use the chain rule to differentiate #(e^(6x))^10#?

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#### Explanation:

The chain rule is important when you are differentiating your equation. Make sure that you know the the different parts of your equation. Separate your equation into simply components.

Remember that using the chain rule, you have to differentiate all of the components of the equation. When you do the chain rule, you have differentiate the first part and then keep the rest. then differentiate the second part and then keep the rest, then differentiate the last part.

The first component on the outside is

Therefore differentiate the first part and keep the rest

Then the next part is

keep the first part and Differentiate the second part and keep the rest

The end is

keep the first and second part, differentiate the last part

Simplify and you will get