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Now I'm stuck on this equation:

ln(3x + 6) = 4y

Now I need to find x in the terms of others. Any help?
2. (Original post by 2776)

Now I'm stuck on this equation:

ln(3x + 6) = 4y

Now I need to find x in the terms of others. Any help?
ln(3x + 6) = 4y
3x + 6 = e^4y
3x = e^4y - 6

x = (e^4y - 6)/3
3. (Original post by bono)
ln(3x + 6) = 4y
3x + 6 = e^4y
3x = e^4y - 6

x = (e^4y - 6)/3
Of course! My brain has now officially stopped working.
4. (Original post by bono)
ln(3x + 6) = 4y
3x + 6 = e^4y
3x = e^4y - 6

x = (e^4y - 6)/3
I shouldn't be insulting Phil, I am sure there is another way to go further.....

EDIT: Hehehe...
5. (Original post by 2776)
Of course! My brain has now officially stopped working.
Don't worry Phil, I've had these moments

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