03/12/2013, 10:01 AM

Hi Mr. Helms,

If we consider the solution to the infinite product exp(x) = M * x * f(x) * f^[2](x) *..., it has the same solution as the one we get for M = 1 because of the fraction appears in your calculation which makes M/M = 1. So, it's likely that a factor appears but it seems your calculation doesn't counts it. It seems more like the constant of integration but except that it isn't integration - not very useful, but just my 2 cents.

Balarka

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If we consider the solution to the infinite product exp(x) = M * x * f(x) * f^[2](x) *..., it has the same solution as the one we get for M = 1 because of the fraction appears in your calculation which makes M/M = 1. So, it's likely that a factor appears but it seems your calculation doesn't counts it. It seems more like the constant of integration but except that it isn't integration - not very useful, but just my 2 cents.

Balarka

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