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**Kasper** Hey folks! I've just learned about Hyperbolic functions, and I've got a question type here that I haven't seen done before if anyone could lend me a hint.

I must be having a bad math day, it seems like it should be easy, but I just can't figure out where to start. If I set $\displaystyle \frac{3}{4}=\frac{e^t - e^{-t}}{2}$, I'm not too sure where to go from there to see what $\displaystyle cosh(x)$ is equal to short of solving for $\displaystyle t$ which looks like a mess. I had a friend tell me to use trigonometric relationships (like that between cosine and sine), but I'm not so sure that this relationship works in the same way, does it?