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e^x^4=1000

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  1. anonymous
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    Natural log both sides to get x^4=ln(1000). x=(ln(1000))^1/4

  2. anonymous
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    Ok, I need some step by step help? So I natural log each side. and that leaves me with x^4=ln1000. Am I right? But then Im not sure what to do?

  3. anonymous
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    4th root each side or raise to 1/4 power on each side

  4. anonymous
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    If I 4th root it, do I just put that into my caculator? Because that leaves x by itself. And my next dumb question... I dont know how to put 4root into my caculator?

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