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if i need to calculate the square of  e^(2x/3)
is it e^(4x/3) ?

also if i have e^(2e^5x)
what is the result ? is it e^10x ?

any ideas with these properties ?
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(e^(2x/3))^2 = e^((2x/3)*2)
e^(2e^5x) != e^(2e*5x)
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so , how much is e^(2e^5x) ?
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e^(e^5x)^2
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so it is e^(e^10x) right ?
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