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    Natural Logarithms solving help

    Natural Logarithms question(s)?

    Solve each equation. Use properties of logarithms to simplify each as needed:

    1.) e^x=3
    2.) e^2x - 6=5 (minus 6 is not in the exponent)
    3.) 5e^6x=12
    4.) e^3x/4=4 (3x/4 is all in the exponent)

    Please help by solving and explaining. Thanks
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    Re: Natural Logarithms solving help

    What do YOU know about logarithms? Your problem says "Use properties of logarithms". Do you know what those properties are? You titled this "Natural logarithm". What definition of "natural logarithm" are you using?
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