Please Help! I will fan and medal. Use the inverse properties of logarithms to simplify the expression. e^(ln 3)

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Please Help! I will fan and medal. Use the inverse properties of logarithms to simplify the expression. e^(ln 3)

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Rule: \[\LARGE e^{\ln(x)} = x\] \[\LARGE \ln\left(e^x\right) = x\]
Is that the simplified equation? @jim_thompson5910
you will use one of those two equations to answer the question

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how do i know which one
the question is e^(ln(3)) there's only one number in it: 3 so why not replace x with 3
and then try to match up the question with one of the equations given above
Okay so it would be the first equation? @jim_thompson5910
that is correct
So what now
replace x with 3
e^(ln(3))=3 @jim_thompson5910
yes
the e^x and ln(x) functions are inverses of each other one goes forward, the other takes you in reverse so they undo each other it's like multiplication and division
alright so now what? @jim_thompson5910
you're done. The answer is 3
\[\LARGE e^{\ln(x)} = x\] \[\LARGE e^{\ln(3)} = 3\]
\(\LARGE e^{\ln(3)}\) simplifies to \(\LARGE 3\)
so the answer is 3 @jim_thompson5910
yes
thank you @jim_thompson5910
you're welcome

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