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
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Originally Posted by tim_mannire 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? Hi tim_mannire, Just take the natural log of both sides. Originally Posted by tim_mannire ln(x) = 2ln(2)+ln(15)-ln(10) (for x>0) Originally Posted by tim_mannire ln(3x-2) = 3 (x>2/3) thanks for your help
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