subtract 2 from both sides

7 = 2.768 ln(x)

Then I just go blank I raised it to e after also adding 2.768 but I'm pretty sure that's not correct.

4.232 = ln (x)

e^4.232 = x

I'm so sure that's incorrect

subtract 2 from both sides

7 = 2.768 ln(x)

Then I just go blank I raised it to e after also adding 2.768 but I'm pretty sure that's not correct.

4.232 = ln (x)

e^4.232 = x

I'm so sure that's incorrect

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9 = 2 + (2.768) ln(x)

Subtract 2 from both sides:

7 = (2.768) ln(x)

Divide both sides by 2.768:

7/(2.768) = ln(x)

2.529 = ln(x)

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