log(base e)((x+4)/2)=2e^(x)-4
can you please explain how to solve this for x,
thanks
I don't see an analytic solution for this being possible so I'd suggest an iterative method.
$\displaystyle \ln (x+4) - \ln 2 = 2e^x - 4$
$\displaystyle 4 - \ln 2 = 2e^x - \ln(x+4)$
Wolfram gives approximations of $\displaystyle x \approx -3.96$ and $\displaystyle x \approx 0.895$