ahhh!
I may be able to answer my own question here.
Is it because
?
So I shouldn't be thinking about algebraically multiplying both sides by e, but instead be applying the log laws?
Hi:
If I have an equation of the sort
and I want to solve for y, I can anti-log which gives:
The problem is, I can't understand how the x/2 has now become a power. Because if I multiply ln by e to give lne=1, and I do the same for the RHS which gives ex/2, not
can someone help me to understand this please
thank you
ahhh!
I may be able to answer my own question here.
Is it because
?
So I shouldn't be thinking about algebraically multiplying both sides by e, but instead be applying the log laws?