How do you solve for x here?
Last edited by DarthBlood; August 31st 2009 at 11:32 AM. Reason: correctly edited -x exponent
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Originally Posted by DarthBlood (note: that's e to the negative x power, i just don't know how to show that, sorry.) How do you solve for x here? BTW: If you have more than one character in an exponent, set off the whole exponent in braces. [tex]e^{-x}[/tex] gives instead of .
Originally Posted by DarthBlood How do you solve for x here? multiply by . . Can you solve If so let .
Originally Posted by Plato Can you solve errr....no sorry.
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Originally Posted by Plato multiply by . . Can you solve If so let . Originally Posted by DarthBlood errr....no sorry. May I, with all due respect, ask this question? If you cannot do a basic beginning algebra question, then why are you being asked to do an advanced algebra question involving exponentials?
There's my problem: I keep forgetting to add "with all due respect"!
lol i've forgotten everything over the summer break...i honestly forgot that i could use that equation to solve it.
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