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An example of what you're trying to do would be welcome.

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##e## is important precisely because it's the only base of the exponential where after differentiating the constant is ##1##.

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##e## is important precisely because it's the only base of the exponential where after differentiating the constant is ##1##.

Could you maybe expand on that? Or point out somewhere where I could read about it?

If I start with "f(x+Δx) - f(x) = a^(x+Δx) - a^x" how do I continue with log_2 or anything else from here? Would I even go to that being equal to "a^x * (a^Δx - 1)"?

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