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    Finding X: T = e^(x+2)

    Hi,

    Sorry for the uncreative title. I need to find what the exponent x is in this equation:

    t = e^(x+2)

    No idea where to even start.

    Thanks for any help.
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    Re: Finding X: T = e^(x+2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bron708090 View Post
    Hi,

    Sorry for the uncreative title. I need to find what the exponent x is in this equation:

    t = e^(x+2)

    No idea where to even start.

    Thanks for any help.
    The inverse function of the exponential is the natural logarithm...
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    Re: Finding X: T = e^(x+2)

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    Re: Finding X: T = e^(x+2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Prove It View Post
    The inverse function of the exponential is the natural logarithm...
    I learned logarithm just earlier today but only saw ln t-2 and a bunch of other unfamiliar stuff in the multiple choice answers. Thought ln was completely different. Found out ln t is just another way of saying loge(t) after looking up natural logarithm from your post.

    Should have known to look up ln myself. Thanks for your help!
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