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    Make x the subject

    Make x the subject of: (a^x)/(b^1+x)=(c^3-x)

    I'm assuming it first has to be converted to log form some how. Can't get my head around it though, if anyone could help out that would be great.

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    Re: Make x the subject

    Quote Originally Posted by fibonacci111 View Post
    Make x the subject of: (a^x)/(b^1+x)=(c^3-x)
    Please use parenthesis properly. What you wrote is
    \frac{a^x}{b^1 + x} = c^3 - x

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