QCE Together Year 12 Maths Methods: Differentiation of Euler's Number

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Differentiation of Euler’s Number

In this post, we establish and use the formula \frac{d}{dx}(e^{x}) and \frac{d}{dx}e^{f(x)} = f'(x)e^{f(x)} . This syllabus dot point is a part of the QCE Maths Methods course under the topic Further Differentiation and Applications 2 and sub-part Calculus of Exponential Functions, specifically focussing on differentiation of Euler’s number.

 

Derivatives of Exponential Functions

This video explains this concept in detail.

 

How to Differentiate the Exponential Function (e)

 

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