What is the derivative of #e^(-2x)#?

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#dy/dx#= -2.#e^(-2x)#

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#e^((some expression))# is to be differentiated as

(Differentiation of some expression). #e^((some expression))#

Differentiation of - 2x is = -2

Hence

#dy/dx#= -2.#e^(-2x)#

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