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#### Avalance789

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- Nov 26, 2018

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f(x)=ab^{x}

where b is a POSITIVE REAL number"

Wait. Give me a reason, why exponent base must be positive and real?

What happens if b<0?

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f(x)=ab^{x}

where b is a POSITIVE REAL number"

Wait. Give me a reason, why exponent base must be positive and real?

What happens if b<0?

What happens if b = -1 and x = 1/2?

f(x)=ab^{x}

where b is a POSITIVE REAL number"

Wait. Give me a reason, why exponent base must be positive and real?

What happens if b<0?

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- Nov 26, 2018

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It means sqrt{-1}?

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Exactly. And as i is not real number we can't use it for what you seem to be working with.It means sqrt{-1}?

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-Dan

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Thank you!

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