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Proof: Integral ex
(Math | Calculus | Integrals | Table Of | ex)
 
Discussion of
(integral) ex dx = ex + C.
1. Proof
Since we know the derivative: (d/dx) ex = ex,
we can use the Fundamental Theorem of calculus:
(integral) ex dx = (integral) (d/dx) (ex) dx = ex + C
Q.E.D.

See also the proof that (d/dx) ex = exPROOF

  
 
  

 
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