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    e2x=0

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    Re: e2x=0

    Quote Originally Posted by awesome31311 View Post
    How
    How what?
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    Re: e2x=0

    Solve for x
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    Re: e2x=0

    Quote Originally Posted by awesome31311 View Post
    Solve for x
    What does one multiply e^2 by to get 0~?

    Or \frac{0}{e^2}=~?
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    Re: e2x=0

    I think that the question is to solve \displaystyle \begin{align*} e^{2x} = 0 \end{align*}. The answer is, there is no possible value of x to make an exponential equal 0.
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    Re: e2x=0

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    Re: e2x=0

    Quote Originally Posted by awesome31311 View Post
    Solve for x
    Is it e^(2*x) or (e^2)*x, or (e^x)*2.
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    Re: e2x=0

    e^(2x)
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    Re: e2x=0

    Quote Originally Posted by awesome31311 View Post
    e^(2x)
    What sign of x makes the exponential to decrease? Does this help?
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