Why is the 5 in this equation, I can't multiply the 2 and 5, some of this math is so confusing
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Originally Posted by nuckers Why is the 5 in this equation, I can't multiply the 2 and 5, some of this math is so confusing The 5 is the base of the exponential. You can still take logs and use the relevant log laws. Hint:
Originally Posted by nuckers That equation is equivalent to which has solution
Originally Posted by Plato That equation is equivalent to which has solution I'm totally confused how you came up with that. I did screw up and put a 7 in the equation, it's supposed to be
Originally Posted by nuckers I'm totally confused how you came up with that. I did screw up and put a 7 in the equation, it's supposed to be is equivalent to which has solution To see how that works divide both sides by and also by . Note that .
Originally Posted by Plato is equivalent to which has solution To see how that works divide both sides by and also by . Note that . Ok, i understand it now, thanks so much for the help, i appreciate it
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