# Find the equation of the tangent line through the function f(x)=3x$e^{5x-5} $ at the point on the curve where x=1

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i got this wrong on my exam and want to learn how to do it

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What does that t\1 over e mean in the middle of the page???

Kav10: Could you please respond to Scuentiest134 comment above?

The T]1-3 is the coordination of the tangent point. At x=1 and y=3 is the point that the line is tangent to the curve.