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Differentiating and Integrating ln and e

  1. Apr 7, 2008 #1
    Can anybody recommend a good site to bone up on differentiating and integrating ln and e functions?
     
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  3. Apr 7, 2008 #2

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    Any good Calculus book should do it!
     
  4. Apr 7, 2008 #3
    The general rule is:

    d/dx[a^u] = (u' a^u)*ln(a) for all bases, a, greater than 0


    Which for e, simplifies to:

    d/dx[e^u] = u' e^u



    Integral is just the opposite, of course.
     
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