Dear all,

I'm running into the following problem and I would like to have some assistance since I do not understand how to inverse a calculation and substitute it into an equation.

Assume the following: V = S^{(}^{1/1)}e^{0.4(1-0)}--> e^{(2/5)}S and the the first derivative is e^{(2/5)}

Now I have to fill in an equation with the first derivative which looks like:

dv = (e^{(}^{2/5)}*(0.14-0.01)S)

The 0.14 and 0.01 are given.

Then the question is to substitute S in formula dv with the inverse of e^{(2/5) }1. Can someone explain what the inverse of e^{(2/5)}is? I thought LN(2/5)?

2. How I substitute the inverse of e^{(2/5)}into the dv equation for S? (I know the S will be replaced with the inverse but the formula should also be simplified or rearranged whatever that is called.

If someone can explain the above two questions I would be very thankful. Otherwise it will take me days since I do not have a background in even te basics of math

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