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1. (Original post by SDavis123)
Yh I did, did you see the picture?

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I hadn't but I have now.

So make y the subject. There are many ways you can do it. Combining the logarithms would be a sensible step and then you are going to need to raise both sides to base e.
2. (Original post by Mr M)
I hadn't but I have now.

So make y the subject. There are many ways you can do it. Combining the logarithms would be a sensible step and then you are going to need to raise both sides to base e.
If before was painful, I think what your about to see might just be enough to knock you out!

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3. (Original post by SDavis123)
If before was painful, I think what your about to see might just be enough to knock you out!

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You have some really worrying misconceptions.

4. (Original post by Mr M)
You have some really worrying misconceptions.

I'm not getting anywhere, sorry for the headache that I've caused you and thanks for trying to help

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5. (Original post by SDavis123)
I'm not getting anywhere, sorry for the headache that I've caused you and thanks for trying to help

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Multiply through by 2 and combine the logarithms. Now exponentiate and you are pretty much there.

6. ^ Referring to what Mr M was saying.

(Original post by Mr M)

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