# Is the moment generating function of the gamma density $g(t)=(\frac{\lambda}{\lambda - t})^n$?

My book defines the gamma density as the following: $$f_X(x)=\lambda (\lambda x)^{n-1}e^{-\lambda x}/(n-1)!$$ And has the moment generating function of this density as $$\frac{\lambda}{\lambda +t}$$. Is this a typo, as from this solution and my own computation I think the MGF for this form of the gamma density should be $$(\frac{\lambda}{\lambda - t})^n$$?

It is the formula of the sum of $$n$$ independent exponential distributions, hence we need to raise the power.