# Derivative of 1-e^2x?

derivative of 1-e^2x????

derivative of 1-e^2x????

i know that the answer is -2e^2x but i have no idea how to get there

## Answers and Replies

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What does the "Chain Rule" say about taking derivatives?

hint: it says $$\frac{d}{dx}[e^u]=e^u*\frac{du}{dx}$$

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im not even sure if this requires the chain rule... could someone just show me what i need to do because im really stuck.

im not even sure if this requires the chain rule... could someone just show me what i need to do because im really stuck.
The chain rule does just show you what to do. And so did I.

Casey

thanks i got it now.

What if it were just $$1-e^u$$ What is the derivative?