I am curious as to how i am to solve and equation with a negative exponent. My problem is: 10e^x-15-45e^-x=0 We are suppose to use the formula that u=e^x. I don't know what to do since there is a negative after the 45.
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by paigesisco 10e^x-15-45e^-x=0 We are suppose to use the formula that u=e^x. I don't know what to do since there is a negative after the 45.
Last edited by Plato; March 11th 2013 at 10:19 AM.
Can you explain the method you used so that i can use it on future problems? I am confused on how the x's transfered
Originally Posted by paigesisco Can you explain the method you used so that i can use it on future problems? I am confused on how the x's transfered Take the original equation an multiply all terms by .
View Tag Cloud