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Use a linear approximation (or differentials) to estimate the given number.$e^{0.1}$

$e^{0,1} \approx 1,1$

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we know that affects is eating the axe. Therefore, F Prime of X is actually the same thing. He has special properties, therefore de wise either the X tax therefore plugging in. We have off of zero plus. So d A y is either the zero times 0.1, which is one times you're always just 0.1. It's now we can add that back in. This is one post your 10.1 which gives us 1.1.

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