What is it called when you take e to both sides?

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Howdy .

How do I describe taking e to both sides of the equation?

Do I say something like 'Do Euler's number to both sides'?

'Take the exponential of both sides'?

I can't find what is the correct terminology.

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Exponentiate/exponentiation/raise both sides to power of e

Take exponential of both sides is fine too
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Exponentiate/exponentiation/raise both sides to power e

Take exponential of both sides is fine too
I'd take this to go from x = y to x^e = y^e personally
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(Original post by RichE)
I'd take this to go from x = y to x^e = y^e personally
fair enough, I'd probably just say take exponentials of both sides (or nothing, a "so" probably wouldn't cause any confusion : p)
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