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Between any two root of `e^(x)cos x=1,` there exists at least one root of tan x = 1.Between any two roots of `e^(x)sin x=1,` there exists at least one root of tan x= -1.Between any two roots of `e^(x)cos x=1,` there exists at least one root of `e^(x)sin x=1.`Between any two roots of `e^(x)sin x=1,` then exists at least one root of `e^(x) cos x=1.`

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