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    Post derivative with e^x

    y= e^x(sinx + cosx)

    i know it probably uses the product rule... but i'm not sure how to start...
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    y ' = [e^x] ' [sin(x)+cos(x)] +e^x [sin(x)+cos(x)] '
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