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    Deriving an equation

    exp[m1t-m2t-m3t] mew-number bottom right-t

    Since t is common to each, there must be a better way of writing that. I am using equation editor with word, which doesn't paste here. Any help gratefully received.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mashu View Post
    exp[m1t-m2t-m3t] mew-number bottom right-t

    Since t is common to each, there must be a better way of writing that. I am using equation editor with word, which doesn't paste here. Any help gratefully received.
    is this the expression you mean to post?

    e^{\mu_1t - \mu_2t - \mu_3t}<br />

    ... and what do you want done with it?
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    I think you want e^{-\mu_1t- \mu_2t- \mu_3t}= e^{-(\mu_1+\mu_2+\mu_3)t}.


    By the way, the standard English transliteration of the Greek letter \mu is "mu", new "mew".
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