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i included a picture of the problem. its easier to show you than to type it. really appreciate your help.

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  1. anonymous
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    where is it?

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    right there. thanks QuantumTorch.

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    Sure thing. Natural log both sides and then it becomes a simple algebraic equation.

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    I gotta go to bed so I can't be too specific, but you get something like the x-1=(1/4)x+2 or whatever the leftover components were

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    I'm sorry, plus the ln of all that

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    \[e ^{x-1}=(1/e ^{4})^{x+2}\] \[e ^{x-1}=e ^{-4(x+2)}\] and hence \[x-1=-4x-8\] and x=-1.4

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    thank you for all your help

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