12/29/2012, 06:13 PM

Btw more about that integral problem :

if x = u + v and u = 0 we get

d sexp(x)/dx = C P(x) = C P(v) = C sexp(v) = C sexp(x)

but the only function that satisfies d f(x) / dx = C f(x) is an exponential one.

Kind of big problem id say. Makes this solution not better than uxp it seems.

regards

tommy1729

if x = u + v and u = 0 we get

d sexp(x)/dx = C P(x) = C P(v) = C sexp(v) = C sexp(x)

but the only function that satisfies d f(x) / dx = C f(x) is an exponential one.

Kind of big problem id say. Makes this solution not better than uxp it seems.

regards

tommy1729