5 e

^{2m-1=55}5 e^{2m-1=55}

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5e^(2m-1) = 55 is how I understand the equation, Then, dividing by 5 at both sides we have: e^(2m-1) =11

Logn (e^(2m-1))= logn 11

(2m-1) = 2.3978

2m = 3.3978

m = (3.3978/2) = 1.6989

To check, e^(2*1.6989-1) = 10.99895≅ 11

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