lnX = 1- ln(x+2)
I've done this so far:
(x/x+2)=1
e^2=(x/x+2)
e^2(x+2)=x
Idk if I am starting this right. Our teacher gave us an example problem similar to this and I am just following his steps. I feel like it's wayy off though. How would I get the correct answer?
Answer: -1+sqrt(1+e) any help is appreciated, please and thank you!

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*i mean i subtracted (x+2) in stead of adding to both sides

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