Solve for y in terms of x Then I took the anti log of both sides. Which gave me Is that the right answer?
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Hello, OzzMan! Solve for in terms of . . Then I took the anti log of both sides, . . which gave me . . . . no but you got the right answer . . . How did you do that? We have: . Take antilogs: .
Last edited by OzzMan; Feb 8th 2008 at 03:36 PM.
Is it possible to do this another way and still solve for y in terms of x? This is probably the only other way possible (unless I'm wrong): Different answer though. You think both are correct?
Originally Posted by OzzMan Is it possible to do this another way and still solve for y in terms of x? This is probably the only other way possible (unless I'm wrong): You didn't divide the by 6 Different answer though. You think both are correct? I've marked the line where you made a mistake.
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