Need to solve the following for x

e^(3x-4) = e^(1-2x) Do i figure out the logs first or do i combine the x terms?

ln(x) = 2ln(2)+ln(15)-ln(10) (for x>0)

ln(3x-2) = 3 (x>2/3)

thanks for your help

Printable View

- Mar 24th 2010, 04:57 AMtim_mannirelogarithms
Need to solve the following for x

e^(3x-4) = e^(1-2x) Do i figure out the logs first or do i combine the x terms?

ln(x) = 2ln(2)+ln(15)-ln(10) (for x>0)

ln(3x-2) = 3 (x>2/3)

thanks for your help - Mar 24th 2010, 05:26 AMmasters