I'm trying to figure out how to write $\displaystyle e^lnx^2$ but the whole lnx^2 is the exponent Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by wondering I'm trying to figure out how to write $\displaystyle e^lnx^2$ but the whole lnx^2 is the exponet If you have more than one character in an exponent the you must use {}. [TEX] e^{\ln(x^2)} [/TEX] gives $\displaystyle e^{ln(x^2)} $. Whereas, without the {} you get $\displaystyle e^ln(x^2) $ .
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