Hello, How can I take the derivative of e^(x+5)? is it just = e^(x+5)?
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Yes - we have: $\displaystyle e^x\cdot{e^5}$ and $\displaystyle e^5$ is just a constant.
You can also apply the chain rule: $\displaystyle \frac{d(e^{x+5})}{dx}=e^{x+5}\cdot \frac{d(x+5)}{dx}=e^{x+5}$
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