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Old 01-13-2019, 01:12 PM
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you're differentiating with respect to t, so treat everything else like a giant constant, so rewrite the exponent as: K(c^t - 1)

= Kc^t - K

If you take the derivative of that, you just get:
K(c^t)(lnc) - 0
= K(c^t)(lnc)
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