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Derivatives of Exponential Functions
The transcendental number
e
has many interesting properties. By graphing various exponential functions
b
^{x}
with their derivatives you can see that all derivatives of
e
^{x}
are
e
^{x}
.
Contributed by:
Rob Morris
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Derivatives of Exponential Functions
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