Hi there, If I have something like where n, d, and m are constants. and I try to solve for d. I take the natural logarithm of both sides. But I'm confused about the RHS. Do I take the n outside the natural logarithm? As in Thanks.
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Originally Posted by waynex Hi there, If I have something like where n, d, and m are constants. and I try to solve for d. I take the natural logarithm of both sides. But I'm confused about the RHS. Do I take the n outside the natural logarithm? As in Thanks. If you're approaching it this way, note that So, Can you take it from here? --Chris
Yes that's fine, thanks for your help!
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