ok guys, i dont see how e^2ln|t| = t^2 can someone explain it to me please? Seems so easy but i dont see it.
CinderBlockFist said:ok, so far i tried this. I know e^(lnx) = x
so, i broke the e^(2ln|t|) into to parts:
e^2 times e^(ln|t|) which equals t (from the top identity)
so im left with e^2 times t. which is te^2
but the book says it equals t^2..so what happened to the e? (exponential function)