Confused how to solve this equation:
6 ln(x+2) - 3 = 21
First, you want to isolate the natural logarithm on one side.
$\displaystyle 6 ln(x+2) - 3 = 21 $
Add 3 to both sides of the equations $\displaystyle 6 ln(x + 2) = 24$ Divide both sides by 6 $\displaystyle ln(x + 2) = 4$ Rewrite the equation in exponential form $\displaystyle e^4 = x + 2$ Subtract 2 from both sides to solve for x. $\displaystyle x = e^4 - 2$
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