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### Exponentials

Course: MATH 191, Fall 2009
School: UNC Asheville
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191, MATH Section 2 Calculus I Spring 2009 A Non-Strang Interlude: Exponential Functions functions. Much as we did Okay, now onto another nontrivial sort of function: with f (x) = sin(x) we can use the denition of the derivative as a limit to compute f (x) when f (x) = ax for some xed constant a &gt; 0. Lets get the ball rolling and just follow our noses, using a familiar rule for dealing with exponents: ah...

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