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    [SOLVED] Infinite power?

    How do you calculate something to a negative infinite power? Specifically,

    -e^-infinity^2
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    this isn't very rigourous but - \frac{1}{e^{x^2}} for large x is just -\frac{1}{a very big number} = 0 .

    Bobak
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    Thank you. I don't know why I let the negative sign throw me off.
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