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I have a problem involving natural logs which has got me confused, even though it appears simple.

The problem: Find the exact coordinates of the point on [tex]y = e^x[/tex] where the gradient is 2.

From previous experience, I know that differentiation is required, but because of the e I am not sure on how to go about this. After the differentiation I think I can manage to complete it.

Thanks,

Pavdarin

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# Homework Help: Differentiation of an exponential function

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