## anonymous 4 years ago what is the dervative of the natural exponetial function to the power sinX

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1. anonymous

here a hint $y = \ln x \implies e y = x.$

2. anonymous

What do you mean by the natural exponential function? The number e? Like:$e ^{\sin(x)}$ ?

3. anonymous

yes

4. anonymous

I don't want to say the e is a "special case", but the derivative of $e^{x}$ is always $e ^{x}.$ In this case, though, you're going to use the Chain rule. Do you know what the Chain rule is? (By the way, if anyone is reading this, i'm super rusty on Calculus so correct me if i'm wrong.)

5. anonymous

I'LL talk to you later schrodinger

6. anonymous

np.