Hi everyone! looking for some basics, The derivative of e^x = e^x but what is e^3x? is it e^3x?
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Originally Posted by NFZ17 Hi everyone! looking for some basics, The derivative of e^x = e^x but what is e^3x? is it e^3x? If then . This follows directly from the chain rule and your correctly stated result that the derivative of is .
So what if dy/dx=e^kx What is y? do I just integrate? e^kx+1/kx+1 ?
Originally Posted by NFZ17 So what if dy/dx=e^kx What is y? do I just integrate? e^kx+1/kx+1 ? It should be clear from my first post that if then .
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