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## What is the derivatives of e?

The derivative of the exponential function with base e is equal to ex. The derivative of eax is aeax.

**What is the derivative of log of e?**

equal to zero

Since the natural log function to the base e (loge e) is equal to 1, The derivative of log e is equal to zero, because the derivative of any constant value is equal to zero.

**What is the derivative of 1 e?**

0

Thus, the derivative of any constant, such as e1, is 0.

### Is the derivative of e 0?

Calculus Examples Anything raised to 0 is 1 . Since 1 is constant with respect to x , the derivative of 1 with respect to x is 0 .

**What is the derivative of e 2?**

Thus, the derivative of any constant, such as e2 , is 0 .

**What is the derivative of e 3t?**

Using the chain rule to find the derivative of e^3x

e3x | ► Derivative of e3x = 3e3x |
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e^(3x) | ► Derivative of e^(3x) = 3e3x |

e 3x | ► Derivative of e 3x = 3e3x |

e 3 x | ► Derivative of e 3 x = 3e3x |

e to the 3x | ► Derivative of e to the 3x = 3e3x |

#### What is the derivative of e 3?

The derivative of e3 is 0 . The base of natural logarithms e , also called Euler’s constant, is an irrational number, with an approximation of it’s value correct to 7 decimal places being 2.7182818 .

**Why is the derivative of e 2x?**

Derivative of e^2x Proof by Chain Rule We can do the differentiation of e2x using the chain rule because e2x can be expressed as a composite function. i.e., we can write e2x = f(g(x)) where f(x) = ex and g(x) = 2x (one can easily verify that f(g(x)) = e2x). Thus, the derivative of e2x is found by using the chain rule.

**Is the derivative of e itself?**

e x e^x exe, start superscript, x, end superscript is the only function that is the derivative of itself!

## What is the derivative of e 4?

Since e4 is constant with respect to x , the derivative of e4 with respect to x is 0 .

**What is the derivative of e 5x?**

Because e^5x is a function which is a combination of ex and 5x, it means we can perform the differentiation of e to the 5x by making use of the chain rule….Using the chain rule to find the derivative of e^5x.

e5x | ► Derivative of e5x = 5e5x |
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e 5 x | ► Derivative of e 5 x = 5e5x |

e to the 5x | ► Derivative of e to the 5x = 5e5x |

**What is the derivative of e 2t?**

2e2x

Some other forms of exponential functions are abx, abkx, ex, pekx, etc. Thus, e2x is also an exponential function and the derivative of e2x is 2e2x….Derivative of e^2x.

1. | What is the Derivative of e^2x? |
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2. | Derivative of e^2x Proof by First Principle |

3. | Derivative of e^2x Proof by Chain Rule |

### What is the derivative e 0?

**What is derivative of e 2x?**

The derivative of e2x is 2e2x. Mathematically, it is written as d/dx(e2x) = 2e2x (or) (e2x)’ = 2e2x.

**How do you find the derivative of E X?**

The derivative of e x is quite remarkable. The expression for the derivative is the same as the expression that we started with; that is, e x! `(d(e^x))/(dx)=e^x` What does this mean? It means the slope is the same as the function value (the y-value) for all points on the graph. Example: Let’s take the example when x = 2.

#### What does the expression for the derivative mean?

The expression for the derivative is the same as the expression that we started with; that is, e x! What does this mean? It means the slope is the same as the function value (the y -value) for all points on the graph. Example: Let’s take the example when x = 2. At this point, the y -value is e 2 ≈ 7.39.

**How do I differentiate a function in the derivative calculator?**

Enter the function you want to differentiate into the Derivative Calculator. Skip the ” f (x) = ” part! The Derivative Calculator will show you a graphical version of your input while you type.