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punjabi_monster

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hi,

i have a question. :uhh:

e^x =0

is this possible, and for what values of x if so.?

i have a question. :uhh:

e^x =0

is this possible, and for what values of x if so.?

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punjabi_monster

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hi,

i have a question. :uhh:

e^x =0

is this possible, and for what values of x if so.?

i have a question. :uhh:

e^x =0

is this possible, and for what values of x if so.?

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Lyuokdea

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No.

If you understand the idea of limits you can say that e^x approaches 0 as x approaches negative infinity

[tex]\lim_{\substack{x \rightarrow - \infty\\}} e^x = 0 [/tex]

The larger and larger negative numbers you get for x, the closer and closer to zero you will get for e^x. But you can never actually get 0.

~Lyuokdea

If you understand the idea of limits you can say that e^x approaches 0 as x approaches negative infinity

[tex]\lim_{\substack{x \rightarrow - \infty\\}} e^x = 0 [/tex]

The larger and larger negative numbers you get for x, the closer and closer to zero you will get for e^x. But you can never actually get 0.

~Lyuokdea

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Dr.Brain

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BJ

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punjabi_monster

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yes i see. thank-you for your help.

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