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 8/15/2014 | Kris from San Antonio, TX | 1 Answer | 0 Votes Mark favorite Subscribe Comment
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) e^{2.529} = x ≅ 12.541 8/15/2014 | Philip P. Best answer Comment Comments shouldn't the 2 be a 7? 8/15/2014 | Kris from San Antonio, TX Philip, Line 5 should be 7/2.768=ln(x) Arthur D. 8/15/2014 | Arthur D. so then it would be e^2.529 = 12.541 8/15/2014 | Kris from San Antonio, TX After that correction I got 12.541 8/15/2014 | Kris from San Antonio, TX Yes, it is a 7 not a 2, and 12.541 is correct. Good catch, Kris (and Arthur). I corrected my answer above. 8/15/2014 | Philip P. Thanks so much! 8/15/2014 | Kris from San Antonio, TX Comment
Yes, it is a 7 not a 2, and 12.541 is correct. Good catch, Kris (and Arthur). I corrected my answer above. 8/15/2014 | Philip P.
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