We were given 1 example to do math questions. But I don't get how I got the answer.
With with Log and Ln, but in this one it's Ln.
I have to solve for t.
So you have to divide both sides by 1.4 and add Ln as well.
Ln(2.6/1.4) = Ln e^(0.3t)
Now my example in my book does not make sense. I did not make a note next to it.
What are the next examples to get to the answer of t=2.06.
If someone would kindly help me out that would be appreciated.
OK I get that now. But what happens to the e on the 2nd line?? Is that the e that is applied to the left side as Ln??? Do I have that correct?
Thank you all for the help to clear this up.
OK I called a friend of mine and the Ln is e with a base of e, so the answer is 1. So it's not needed in a way, correct?