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x is an exponent ?

can you please explain or show ur work plz
how did you get that answer ? :=)

what was ur first step ?

hey?? :(

my book has a whole section on that in this lesson so I thought that was what I do but idk

divide both sides by 15500 and then take natural log

okay so 30000 / 15500 is 1.9354 and then just 1.18^x I think

Sorry if I'm not doing this right. Really trying though

yes right \[\huge\rm 1.935=(1.18)^x\] now take natural log both sides

isn't natural log just log10? I think someone told me that

ln is basically same as log same rules applies for both
but ln has base e and
and log_!0

log_10

I'm sorry can you show me how to set it up?

now apply the power rule \[\large\rm log_b x^y = y \log_b x\]

move the x exponent at front of log or ln