the derivative of e^u = e^u du/dx(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

so the derivative of e would be 0 since:

e^1 * 0 = 0

is this correct?

well, I knot it's not correct because derivative of e = e. It's because 1 is a constant right?

derivative of e^(1+x) = e^(1+x) * 2

is that correct?

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# Homework Help: Derivative of e

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