## Is it possible...

Is it possible for f(x) to be equal to f '(x)? I've been trying all day to make it work and have gotten nothing.

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 Quote by Axecutioner Is it possible for f(x) to be equal to f '(x)? I've been trying all day to make it work and have gotten nothing. Thanks
Sure, if f(x)=ex, then f'(x) = ex = f(x).
 Oh, didn't think about that. XD I kept trying Trig to make it work.... Are there any other ways?

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## Is it possible...

 Quote by Axecutioner Oh, didn't think about that. XD I kept trying Trig to make it work.... Are there any other ways?
if you solve the differential equation

f'(x)=f(x)

You'd see that any multiply of ex would satisfy the condition. I think that is the only function, that I know of anyhow.
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