Derivative of e^xgreenspun.com : LUSENET : OpenKnowledge : One Thread
What is the derivative of e^x? Why? Is this the only function with such a derivative?
-- Boris Kilborn (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 06, 2004
The derivative of e^x is also e^x. In general, d/dx (e^x) = d/dx(x) e^x This can be applied to innumerable kinds of questions. For instance, the derivative of e^2x = 2e^x. You know what I mean.
-- Eisa-Beygi (email@example.com), November 26, 2004.
Hey Eisa-Beygi, thanks man. That really cleared things up for me.
-- John (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 23, 2005.
actually if you were to evaluate the derivative of e^2x it would be 2e^2x
-- blah name (email@example.com), February 25, 2005.
Yes. My bad. I forgot to indicate the two there. Cheers!
-- Eisa-Beygi (aaa.aaa..firstname.lastname@example.org), March 07, 2005.