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Why does e^x grow faster than x^4?

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  1. anonymous
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    or does it grow faster?

  2. anonymous
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    its normal ::: the function e^x goes faster ... This by example first equation : 2.27 , 4.27 , etc depend on amplification last result while the second equation .. amplification specific number that is much lessor than the last result and that is doesn't depend on the number at first it seems x^4 goes higher but after few steps ... that will be never true for long time. you are welcome

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