Edexcel C4 - simplifying e and lnWatch

#1
hey,
im trying to simplify this : e^[(1/6)(ln2)t], that is e to the power of 1/6 ln2 , multiplied by t. This is how I've tried to do it:
e^(t/6)(ln2)
2e^(t/6)

is this right ? - its part of a question off a solomon paper, ive seen the markscheme and totally understand the way they have done it (then have worked out what 1/6 ln2 is) but Im just wondering what silly mistake I've made.
Thanks

franks xxx
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12 years ago
#2
t/6ln2 = ln{2t/6}

so et/6ln2 = 2t/6 = {21/6}t
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