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Why exponential graph i.e e^x is always greater then zero?

Why exponential graph i.e e^x is always greater then zero?

Grade:12

2 Answers

SAHIL
3783 Points
3 years ago
Hi ritik
See dear, if we put x= 0 then value of e comes to be 1. Hence as zero is the minimum value we can put in y=ex ,1 is the minimum value possible
Hope this clears
Arun
25763 Points
3 years ago
You can check
e= 2.7... now put any number in the power of e, you never get any value negative.
Note- this is not only about e. It is same for all number of the form an where a>0

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