How would I go about doing problems such as e^x+1=1/e and e^x+4=1/e^2x Thanks!
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Originally Posted by The Masked Trumpet e^x+1=1/e Originally Posted by The Masked Trumpet How e^x+4=1/e^2x Now substituting You now have to solve this cubic.
K, I think I understand those. How would I do one like this, e^(x+1)=1/e
You should consider this or Therefore using the second transformation
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