Here's what I got...so unsure about it...
2x = ln(3)
x=1/2 ln (3)
x= 0.549
Hello,
I'm having trouble remembering a basic rule.
The question is:
(e^x)^2 = 3
My next step is:
ln(e^x)^2 = ln(3)
To my understanding, the ln and e knock each other out bringing down the x and 2. My question is, do I add them to make:
x+2 = ln(3) ? I'm not sure about the left side of that equation.
Thanks for any help!