Apparently , the following can happen?
x^(sinx) = e ^ (sinxln(x))
Why is this possible? I'm am unaware of this rule :c
However i do know that if i take ln(x^(sinx)) , i get sin(x) * ln(x) which is equal to e ^ (sinxln(x))
Apparently , the following can happen?
x^(sinx) = e ^ (sinxln(x))
Why is this possible? I'm am unaware of this rule :c
However i do know that if i take ln(x^(sinx)) , i get sin(x) * ln(x) which is equal to e ^ (sinxln(x))