I'm going to jump in here and assume that it means e^4x * ln (e^2x).

The e and the ln cancel each other out, so you're left with 2x*e^4x.

And to differentiate that, you use the product rule: (uv)' = uv' + vu'.

d(2x*e^4x)/dx = 8x*e^4x + 2*e^4x = e^4x(8x+2)

Put that together with what God already found, and you get: dy/dx = 18 x^5 + 2 cos2x + 2 e^2x + e^4x(8x+2)