Calculus: Logarithms and Exponentials Help & Problems
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Introduction Compound Interest
Yet a third illustration of exponential growth is in the compounding of interest. If principal P is put in the bank at p percent simple interest per year then after one year the account has
Calculus Properties of the Exponential
Now we want to learn some “calculus properties” of our new function exp( x ). These are derived from the standard formula for the derivative of an inverse, as in Section 2.5.1.