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    Quick question: does e^infinity=0?

    just really quick, does e^{\infty} =0?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinkmeista View Post
    just really quick, does e^{\infty} =0?

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    No. It tends to infinity. Look at the graph of e^x.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chinkmeista View Post
    just really quick, does e^{\infty} =0?

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    No but  \displaystyle \lim_{x \to \infty} e^{-x} = 0
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    Does \infty exist ?

    It's not correct to write e^{\infty}=\dots \quad \text{(whatever you want)}
    When talking about infinity, it deals with limits !
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