A bit rusty on the ln's. 1.5=ke^3k. attempt ln1.5=3klne ln1.5=3k(1) (ln1.5)/3=k??? Thanks....
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Originally Posted by Neverquit A bit rusty on the ln's. 1.5=ke^3k. attempt ln1.5=3klne ln1.5=3k(1) (ln1.5)/3=k??? Thanks.... you have k as a coefficient of the exponential term and k as part of the exponent. An elementary algebraic approach to solve for k is not available ... you'll need to use technology. let graph and locate any zeros ...
Originally Posted by Neverquit A bit rusty on the ln's. 1.5=ke^3k. attempt ln1.5=3klne ln1.5=3k(1) (ln1.5)/3=k??? Thanks.... I will assume that equation is : where is Lambert W function .
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