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\([e^xf(x)]'=e^x(f(x)+f'(x))\)
works only for e^x, not for \(e^{ax}\).

Yeah.

\([e^{ax}f(x)]'=e^x(af(x)+f'(x))\)

to much smart ppl, must go dumb down..

nice

that is the original way how i do it lol :D

Well i was taught this as a trick lol :D