i get a negative number every time i try to solve...
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Let's do it this way then. Rewrite
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Originally Posted by reynardin wait, so is K supposed to equal the ? Yes. That is the decay constant you need.
ok, i suppose I get it now. Next problem. I put the equation into logs of base 10, but I don't know what to do after that.
Hello, Originally Posted by reynardin ok, i suppose I get it now. Next problem. I put the equation into logs of base 10, but I don't know what to do after that. Of base 10 ? o.O Put it in the exponential logarithm... ---> --> --->
EH, thats what i mean >.< lol as in, log base ten of x
BLAH ignore last post
what does the exp mean?
Originally Posted by reynardin what does the exp mean? is like
ah ok
anyways, I LOVE YOU GUYS! done for now =D
Originally Posted by galactus Let's do it this way then. Rewrite btw, how does he get ? I get that ln and e basically "cancel" each other out, but why is the 3/5 to the power of t/5?
Disregard my last post, i figured it out. Originally Posted by Moo Hello, ... Put it in the exponential logarithm... ---> --> ---> does multiplying an equation such as by e make it into ?
Originally Posted by reynardin Disregard my last post, i figured it out. does multiplying an equation such as by e make it into ? For the last one So and no multiplying by it does nothign raising e to each side power does for example If you multiplied both sides by e would do nothing but raising e to eachside would give
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