Hi, I need some help step by step with simplifying this please...

$\displaystyle e^x^2 - 4(e^x)^2 + (-3)e^x^2 + (2ee^2^x^-^1) $

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- Oct 10th 2010, 05:12 AMwolfhoundsimplify exponential problem...
Hi, I need some help step by step with simplifying this please...

$\displaystyle e^x^2 - 4(e^x)^2 + (-3)e^x^2 + (2ee^2^x^-^1) $ - Oct 10th 2010, 05:49 AMskeeter
- Oct 10th 2010, 07:16 AMwolfhound
- Oct 10th 2010, 07:23 AMUnknown008
You can further factorise out -2, to give:

$\displaystyle -2(e^x^2 + e^2x)$

$\displaystyle 2ee^{2x-1} = 2e.e^{2x}.e^{-1} = \dfrac{2e.e^{2x}}{e}$

e divided by e is 1.

Or you go with combining the powers:

$\displaystyle 2ee^{2x-1} = 2e^{2x - 1 + 1}= 2e^{2x}$