50000=100*2^(t/3) Solve for t. I'm not sure how to solve for t when it's an exponent and a fraction. Please help because I need the answer to this very soon.
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Originally Posted by dm10 50000=100*2^(t/3) Solve for t. I'm not sure how to solve for t when it's an exponent and a fraction. Please help because I need the answer to this very soon.
thanks for the help. I have one more if you don't mind. 100000=500*2^t/(1/2)
Originally Posted by dm10 thanks for the help. I have one more if you don't mind. 100000=500*2^t/(1/2) Do you mean ?
Yes that's right. It's alright though. I solved it by myself but I'd appreciate if you posted your answer so I can check my work.
Originally Posted by mr fantastic Do you mean ? Originally Posted by dm10 Yes that's right. It's alright though. I solved it by myself but I'd appreciate if you posted your answer so I can check my work. since . Then . This answer can also be written as . The reason I use base 10 rather than base 2 is so that a scientific calculator can be used to get a decimal approximation of the answer if required.
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