### ok, my turn

i never knew i was the scribe until I saw everyone's head move 90 degrees to the right, eyes quite astonished, looking straight at me, wishing to inform

" you are Ara... yes you are. "

And for all the days that i usually checked the blog... ( s i g h ) .... hey, i just missed it by a blink of an eye! ( l a u g h s )

anyway...

Today was a continuation of getting the derivative of a function particulary the

Well, we did not really do it this way, but it's fundamentally the same. We did it in another perspective, which is using the calculator, and i can't put all those things here so i did it this way.

So basically, the rule to get the derivative of an exponential function is:

" you are Ara... yes you are. "

And for all the days that i usually checked the blog... ( s i g h ) .... hey, i just missed it by a blink of an eye! ( l a u g h s )

anyway...

Today was a continuation of getting the derivative of a function particulary the

**EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION.**

A certain was given for us to find its derivative. To find its derivative we can use the definition of the derivative:Well, we did not really do it this way, but it's fundamentally the same. We did it in another perspective, which is using the calculator, and i can't put all those things here so i did it this way.

So basically, the rule to get the derivative of an exponential function is:

*The derivative is simply the original function times the derivative of exponent times the natural log of the base.*
## 1 Comments:

At 10:28 PM CST, Mr. Kuropatwa said…

A great scribe Ara! I really liked the way you found the derivative in yet another way than the one we did in class -- it helps to have lots of perspectives on the same concept.

You ended with:

The derivative is simply the original function times the derivative of exponent times the natural log of the base.It should read:

The derivative is simply the original function multiplied by the natural log of the base.This was a really good scribe post; well done!

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