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how do you solve:  3e^(2x)-7=50?
I have a test coming up and I can't figure it out because of the (3).
Thanks a lot in advance!

Hi Jenna,
Considering how the equation has been written it appears that 3 is just a factor that isnt raised to any power itself so it seems we can just divide through at some point as below;
3e^(2x) - 7 = 50
3e^(2x) = 57
e^(2x) = 57/3
e^(2x) = 19
2x = ln (19)
and thats the way it goes.


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