Loner_Bunneh

I have to answer this calculus question but I don't really understand what they are asking of me. Here is the question:

Calculate f^(1

**cool** (x) for the function f(x)=4^(x). It may help to first determine a pattern. Show work.

I have never before seen f have a power before x, so I'm not sure what I need to find. Any ideas?

I'm not in Calculus yet, well, Pre-Cal, but I've seen this before.

It means that you're going to put 4 to the x(th) power.

For example, whatever x is, say it's... 3. So it'd be (4)(4)(4) = 64.

Perhaps you plug them in together.

(f^1

**cool** (4^x) Kinda reminds me of log. Say it was log18 = 4.

but hey, don't ask me. I'm on a freshmen not even talking Cal.

**gonk**
JUST SAYIN

that probably didn't even make sense.