What is the derivative of e^(2x)
I am confused because the derivative e^x is e^x.
But they say you need to use the chain rule.
Which is f'(g(x))*g'(x).
I have used that on exponents but in this I just get, 2x * e^(2x-1) *e
Which is not the answer =/

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2e^(2x)

\[y=e^{2x}\]
\[ln(y)=2x\]
\[y'/y = 2\]
\[y'=2y;\ but\ y=e^{2x}\]
\[y' = 2e^{2x}\]

So I just have to use logs, to differentiate it.

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