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The Differential Equation Model for Exponential Growth
Calculus Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to use differential equations to represent exponential growth or exponential decay.
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Derivatives of Exponential Functions
Calculus The Derivative
How to use the definition of the derivative to find a derivative formula for exponential functions.
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Chain Rule: The General Exponential Rule
Calculus Techniques of Differentiation
How to differentiate a composite function when the outside function is exponential.
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Chain Rule: The General Logarithm Rule
Calculus Techniques of Differentiation
How to differentiate a composite function when the outside function is the natural logarithm.
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Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions
Calculus The Derivative
How to infer the derivative of the natural log function using a calculator investigation.
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An Important Limit
Calculus The Derivative
How to interpret the value of a limit important in the derivative of exponential functions.
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Substitutions Involving e^x or ln(x)
Calculus Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to use the method of substitution when the antiderivatives involve e^x or ln[x].
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Derivative Notation
Calculus The Derivative
How to recognize and use Newton's and Leibniz's notation for the derivative.
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Continuous Functions
Calculus Limits and Continuity
How to determine whether a function f(x) is continuous everywhere on its domain.
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