Summation of exponentials, as a multiplication of exponentials?

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Hello,

Can we write a summation of exponentials, as a multiplication of exponentials?

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CompuChip
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Only like
[tex]e^a e^b = e^{a + b}[/tex]

There is no such rule as
[tex]e^a + e^b = e^{a b}[/tex]
or something like that.
 
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CRGreathouse
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Best I can do is e^a + e^b = e^a * (1 + e^(b-a)).
 
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Yes I agree with both of you. Thank you
 

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