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S [e^(-nx) ][x^(s-oo-2)] dx , limits from x=1 to x=infinity, n is some real integer>=1, and 0<Re(s)<1

What I want to know is, because the equation vanishes for all "x" in the interval x=1 to x=infinity, excluding x=1, can I just bind (e^(-nx)) to e^(-n(1)), leaving:

S [e^(-nx) ][x^(s-oo-2)] dx=(e^(-n))*S [x^(s-oo-2)] dx

Any help would be much appreciated.

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