1. Dec 29, 2013

### vanceEE

Why does $$e^{C} = Ce ?$$

2. Dec 29, 2013

### 1MileCrash

It doesn't..

If C is an arbitrary constant, it is true that I can say:

$$e^{C} = e * e^{C-1} = C_{2}e$$

Because $$e^{C-1}$$ is just some other constant. But it is not the same as C, it is a new constant.

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3. Dec 29, 2013

### vanceEE

But $$e^{x^2+C} = De^{x^2}$$ are we just considering e^C to be an arbitrary constant since it is a number multiplied by a number?

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4. Dec 29, 2013

### vanceEE

Ok thanks

5. Dec 29, 2013