Properties of exponentials - symbolic algebra
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I am experiencing problems with the properties of exponentials, in particular when the exponent is a symbolic variable.
For example, if I set
syms x y
and I want to evaluate
is there a way of having the result the exponential with the sum of exponents
instead of the uncomfortable exp(x)*exp(y)?
Notice that it does work for one variable only, i.e. exp(x)*exp(x)=exp(2*x)
Thank you very much!