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  1. #1 how is e to the x derived still e to the x? 
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    How is y=ex derived y'=ex? I don't get how this works. I know that "e" is a constant, and I'd like too know what "e" is , and how this is possible. My teacher attempted to explain it to me, but failed.


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    Try this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jrmonroe View Post
    Try this.
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