Submitted by csjangir111 • July 27, 2012
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Derivatives of exponential Functions are nothing but differentiating those mathematical terms that involve powers. Functions in the form f (a) = h a4 + c a2 + a are called exponential functions. Where, h and c are the constants that are in a relationship with the variable a, with respect to which the functions has to be differentiated. Taking derivative of an Exponential Function follows a general formula: d (xn) /d x = n xn-1. The higher order Derivatives can also be determine using the same formula and also applying other general rules of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of differentiation.

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