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e^(e^x) (Posted on 2011-02-08) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Find a formula, involving n, the number of e's present in the below function, for the derivative of :

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Ruling Comment 5 of 5 |
Why not just use the chain rule? The derivative of e^f(x)=e^f(x)*f'(x), thus the formula follows inductively.
  Posted by Gamer on 2011-02-09 04:15:26
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