## What is the integration of an exponential function?What is the integration of an exponential function?

## What is the integral of 1 over X?What is the integral of 1 over X?

Answers to the question of the **integral** of **1** **over** **x** are all based on an implicit assumption that the upper and lower limits of the **integral** are both positive real numbers. If we allow more generality, we find an interesting Paradox. For instance, suppose the limits on the **integral** are from -A to +A where A is a real, positive number.

## What is exp function in math?What is exp function in math?

In mathematics, the abbreviation "exp" stands for the word **exponent**. An exponent is a number placed after another number to indicate the power to which the former number is to be raised. The expression 5 exp 2, for example, means 5 raised to the second power or 5 x 5.

## Are exponential functions always positive?Are exponential functions always positive?

Because we only work with **positive** bases, bx is **always** **positive**. The values of f(x) , therefore, are either **always** **positive** or **always** negative, depending on the sign of a . **Exponential** **functions** live entirely on one side or the other of the x-axis.