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Derivative of Exponential

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Use the definition of ee as the unique positive number for which limh0eh1h=1\lim_{h\rightarrow 0}\frac{e^{h} - 1}{h} = 1 and the definition of the derivative to show that derivative of the exponential function, f(x)=exf(x) = e^x is equal to exe^x

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