what does the exponential function e^x have to be multiplied by to get e^-x?
May 10, 2009 #1 Ry122 565 2 what does the exponential function e^x have to be multiplied by to get e^-x?
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May 10, 2009 #2 dx Homework Helper Gold Member 2,011 18 Just solve Ae^{x} = e^{-x} for A. Divide both sides by e^{x}. e^{x} is never zero so it is allowed. Last edited: May 10, 2009