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Math Help - [SOLVED] Solving the Nernst Equation

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    Martha4
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    [SOLVED] Solving the Nernst Equation

    Please help! This may be simple but I have no idea how to take the ln of anything!!!

    26.5 = ln(x/0.100)
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    "26.5 = ln(x/0.100)"

    I'd start with this transformation:

    e^{26.5}\;=\;\frac{x}{0.100}

    Or this one, if you like:

    26.5 = ln(x) - ln(0.100)
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