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Hi. I am extremely confused with this question:
Express the function N(r) = -5000 ln r in its equivalent exponential form. Give a complete explanation of how an exponential equation is related to its equivalent logarithmic equation.
I am curious as to how to convert the logarithmic equation to its equivalent exponential equation. I was assigned this today and I have a test tomorrow on similar material.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
so, let me get this straight:
The function N(r) = -5000 ln r is equivalent to the exponential form of e^-(N/5000) = r. This is gathered through several steps. First, keeping in mind that a = logbc = b^a = c, one gains the knowledge that –(N/5000) is equal to loger when applied to the logarithmic equation of N(r) = -5000 ln r.
Is this right?