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    cant understand the question..

    the question is stated as such
    "number 'e' is found almost accurately in a certain computer,and we can consider it as accurate.so each power of it also accurate. so we left to calculate the fracture ie
    e^x=e^{[x]}e^{x-[x]} "the question goes on

    how is e^x=e^{[x]}e^{x-[x]} a fracture
    ?

    square cols represent the whole value
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    Quote Originally Posted by transgalactic View Post
    the question is stated as such
    "number 'e' is found almost accurately in a certain computer,and we can consider it as accurate.so each power of it also accurate. so we left to calculate the fracture ie
    e^x=e^{[x]}e^{x-[x]} "the question goes on

    how is e^x=e^{[x]}e^{x-[x]} a fracture
    ?

    square cols represent the whole value
    What does this even mean?
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    lol
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