Could someone please show me the proof that the derivative of F(x)=a(e)^x is F'(x)=a(e)^x? Thank you.
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by defintion, let then and finally
Originally Posted by Random Variable then and [/tex] This makes no sense.
Originally Posted by Drexel28 This makes no sense. What exactly doesn't make sense?
Originally Posted by Random Variable What exactly doesn't make sense? What you have said is analogous to saying that if then . The was a dummy variable, it was part of the limit. Outside of the limit it makes no sense.
What if I did something as simple as reordering the steps? by defintion, let then and
Originally Posted by Random Variable What if I did something as simple as reordering the steps? by defintion, let then and Still no cigar.
OK. How about this: so for very small , and which means
Originally Posted by Random Variable OK. How about this: so for very small , and which means Better
Random variables first proof makes quite a bit of sense to me. thanks for the proofs guys.
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