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To prove: (e^{u})^{v} = e^{uv}
(in this proof, we use the notation e^{x} instead of exp(x).)
By the chain rule and the power rule
Its value at 0 is 1.
Therefore
(the derivative of each term with respect to u is v times its predecessor).