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    Use logarithms to solve the equation for t.
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    1. Isolate e^{t/2}.
    2. Take \ln of both sides.
    3. Multiply both sides by 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djdownfawl View Post
    Use logarithms to solve the equation for t.
    A = C(1+Be^{t/2}) = C + CBe^{t/2}

    Can you isolate e^{t/2} now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by djdownfawl View Post
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    Look at it as if you were doing algebra. Once you get down to e^{t/2}, then take the logarithm of both sides and multiply both side by 2.
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