## What is the general power rule for derivatives?

The general power rule states that this derivative is n times the function raised to the (n-1)th power times the derivative of the function. The chain rule is one of the toughest topics in Calculus and so don’t feel bad if you’re having trouble with it.

**What is the derivative of 10x?**

1 Answer. The derivative of 10x with respect to x is 10.

**What is the general power rule in integration?**

The general power rule of integration is another important formula of integration, and this rule needs th derivative of the given function within the problem. The general power rule of integration is of the form. ∫[f(x)]nf′(x)dx=[f(x)]n+1n+1+c.

### How do you differentiate e 2x?

How to Differentiate e to the Power of 2x? Let f(x) = e2x. By applying chain rule, the derivative of e2x is, e2x d/dx (2x) = e2x (2) = 2 e2x. Thus, the derivative of e to the power of 2x is 2e2x.

**What is the derivative of E 2x?**

2e2x

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

**What are the 7 exponent laws?**

Make sure you go over each exponent rule thoroughly in class, as each one plays an important role in solving exponent based equations.

- Product of powers rule.
- Quotient of powers rule.
- Power of a power rule.
- Power of a product rule.
- Power of a quotient rule.
- Zero power rule.
- Negative exponent rule.

## What is the derivative of e 2x?

**What is the derivative of e 6x?**

We know how to differentiate ex (the answer is ex) We know how to differentiate 6x (the answer is 6)…Using the chain rule to find the derivative of e^6x.

e6x | ► Derivative of e6x = 6e6x |
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e^(6x) | ► Derivative of e^(6x) = 6e6x |

e 6x | ► Derivative of e 6x = 6e6x |

**What is the derivative of 2×2?**

4x

The derivative of 2x square, that is, 2×2 is determined using the power rule of derivatives. We have (2×2)’ = 4x. Therefore, the derivative of 2×2 is equal to 4x.

### How do you find the derivative of an exponential function?

e = lim n→∞(1+1 n)n e = lim n → ∞ ( 1+1 n) n

**How do you make an exponent of the exponent?**

Select New equation.

**How do you calculate derivative?**

nH*Ma*Va=nOH*Mb*Vb where: nH = number of H + ions contributed per molecule of acid, Ma = molarity of the acid, Va = volume of the acid, nOH = number of OH – ions contributed per molecule of base, Mb = molarity of base, and Vb = volume of the base. Acid base titration method Fill a burette with the solution of the titrant.

## How do you solve a derivative?

power rule