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    Just want to check I understand logs properly for tomorrow,
    so basically am I right in thinking that if lnx = 5 x = e^5?
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    I don't know if your question is clear enough there, explain more and I can help.
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    (Original post by katehhh)
    Just want to check I understand logs properly for tomorrow,
    so basically am I right in thinking that if lnx = 5 x = e^5?
    ln x = 5
    x = e^5

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    (Original post by starofale)
    ln x = 5
    x = e^5

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    Ah I see I thought she meant ln(x) = (5x) = e^5.

    Silly me.
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    Cheers. I don't really want this exam tomorrow!!
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    Past papers are the key, I need to do two tonight though!
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    (Original post by Jeester)
    Past papers are the key, I need to do two tonight though!
    I've honeslty done each one of them twice sort of thing. I think just some light revision (looking at formulae and graphs) is all I'm going to bother with tonight! Are you doing AQA?
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    (Original post by katehhh)
    I've honeslty done each one of them twice sort of thing. I think just some light revision (looking at formulae and graphs) is all I'm going to bother with tonight! Are you doing AQA?
    Yeah! Tomorrow afternoon. And I get the morning off to sleep as well! Well Family guy and bed, if you're on AQA as well, good luck!
 
 
 
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