The result is How do I get to the answer? Thanks!
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Apply these 2 rules: If a^p = b then p = log(b) / log(a) a^(-p) = 1 / a^p
Originally Posted by klik11 The result is How do I get to the answer? Thanks! Slightly different way that avoids logs.
Thanks! I have one more exercise like this though, and I still can't solve it. the result is
Originally Posted by klik11 Thanks! I have one more exercise like this though, and I still can't solve it. the result is continue.. Actually I get
Yes my mistake, it's Actually, I already figured that 9^x equals e^2x. I have no idea how to continue the exercise...
Originally Posted by klik11 Yes my mistake, it's Actually, I already figured that 9^x equals e^2x. I have no idea how to continue the exercise... e^2x? Continuing from where I left off above
3^2x * Thanks!!!
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