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Prove the identity.$ \cosh x + \sinh x = e^x $
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Calculus 1 / AB
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we know we now have eaten the ax plus e to the negative acts over too. And this is gonna be added to you. Did the axe minus either the negative axe over too, Which gives us to eat the axe over to cross off the two on the top of the bottom, and we get each of the AKs. Therefore, we know this is
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