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    Angry 5 Trig Problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macabro View Post
    3^{2 - 3x} = 4^{2x + 1}

    Taking the ln of both sides:
    ln \left ( 3^{2 - 3x} \right ) = ln \left ( 4^{2x + 1} \right )

    (2 - 3x)~ln(3) = (2x + 1)~ln(4)
    which is now simply a linear equation in x.

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