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geerky42

  • 3 years ago

Why cannot \(\large e^{x+y} = x+y\) be graphed?

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  1. geerky42
    • 3 years ago
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    Where should I look at?

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    And I mean in 2D (coordinate plane)

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    @Hero

  4. geerky42
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    This is what I get when I tried to plot it.|dw:1359770967098:dw| Why doesn't it display anything?

  5. geerky42
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    Ok. If you plot |dw:1359771329270:dw|, You get this: So you're telling me I'm plotting it wrong? I don't understand... Please explain more clearly.

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    if you plot x² + y² = x *

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    OK... Let try again, shall we? If you plot \(\large e^{x+y} = xy\), then you will get something like this:|dw:1359772168650:dw| Why doesn't \(\large e^{x+y} = x+y\) work?

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    I'm close this question... No one can understand what I'm looking for. I will figure it out by myself. Thank, Hero...

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