1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Okay, so.. I'm confused about this problem, because I'm nearly certain that there's no "correct" answer from the options given. Consider the function f(x)=e^(x). Which of the following is equal to f'(e)? Note that there may be more than one 2. Answer options a) Lim (e^(x+h))/h h->0 b) Lim (e^(x+h)-e^(e))/h h->0 c) Lim (e^(x+h)-e)/h h->0 d) Lim (e^(x+h)-1)/h h->0 e) Lim (e^(e)) * (e^(h)-1)/h h->0 f) Lim e * (e^(h)-1)/h h->0 3. The attempt at a solution Since f(x)=e^(x) f'(x)=e^(x) as well, and f'(e)=e^e From that, I'm pretty sure that options a-d are undefined, as you can't divide by 0. However, for option e: I got e^(e) - 1 as the answer (which isn't equal to f'(e)) and for option f: I got e-1 as the answer. I'm confuzzled. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!