The question is:

Given that , find in terms of

I got as far as:

The next step is

I'm probably just being dense, but I don't know how to do that step. Could somebody please help me.

Thank you

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## Re: ln and e

Thanks Quacky for taking the time to reply, that was what I was asking. Normally I'd see that, I assumed the rearrangment was some mysterious property of . All these new numbers are scaring the sense out of me , although it was very late, I have so got to get a grip.

Thanks again