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    Exact value of 3^x = e^(x+1)

    Would it be 1/((ln3)+(-1)), or can it be simplified further? I really should learn to use that math code stuff D:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neversh View Post
    Would it be 1/((ln3)+(-1)), or can it be simplified further? I really should learn to use that math code stuff D:
    you are correct, \frac 1{\ln 3 - 1} is the answer

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