One way determine the deriveative of is to use inverse functions (natural logs). Another way is to use the definition of a derivative. Thus, . When simplified, this results in the equation .

My questions is: what is a proof that ?

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- Dec 2nd 2010, 02:41 PMpflolimit proof
One way determine the deriveative of is to use inverse functions (natural logs). Another way is to use the definition of a derivative. Thus, . When simplified, this results in the equation .

My questions is: what is a proof that ? - Dec 2nd 2010, 03:00 PMArchie Meade
- Dec 2nd 2010, 06:37 PMalexandros
- Dec 3rd 2010, 02:18 AMArchie Meade
- Dec 3rd 2010, 02:41 AMalexandros
Is h a real or a natural No??

- Dec 3rd 2010, 02:58 AMArchie Meade
- Dec 6th 2010, 04:49 PMalexandros
- Dec 6th 2010, 05:02 PMArchie Meade
- Dec 6th 2010, 07:47 PMalexandros
- Dec 6th 2010, 09:32 PMDrexel28
- Dec 7th 2010, 02:56 AMArchie Meade
- Dec 11th 2010, 07:39 PMalexandros
- Dec 12th 2010, 04:36 AMArchie Meade
- Dec 12th 2010, 06:52 PMalexandros
Can research show us that:

?? - Dec 12th 2010, 10:24 PMchisigma
Your question is fully justified!.. effectively the limit is a 'fundamental limit' from which You can derive all the properties of the exponential function. To demonstrate it we can start from the well known limit...

(1)

Now if You can set so that is and therefore...

(2)

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