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Or we could say that we were finding d/de.
[Sh]e's right! Technically we should say the slope of e^x when x equals two.
I think that you are just a little bit confused on this one. The derivative of e^x is e^x, but that is because you are differentiating a variable exponent. There are a lot of derivatives associated with logarithmic and exponential functions.
one thing thats bothering me. Sometimes it seems the rules for differentiating are not always true. For instance: