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If N=N0E^-hg (where the 0 is small) using logarithms put it into a linear equation. PLEASE HELP I need this for phyics as level.
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If N=N0E^-hg (where the 0 is small) using logarithms put it into a linear equation. PLEASE HELP I need this for phyics as level.
If you rearrange to make e-hg the subject and take the natural logarithm of each side, it will work from there.
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If you rearrange to make e-hg the subject and take the natural logarithm of each side, it will work from there.
Thank you! Is there any chance you could explain what a natural logarithm is?
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Thank you! Is there any chance you could explain what a natural logarithm is?
It's essentially log to the base e, generally written ln.
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