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    The questions is Q3 in the attachment. The question has a mistake. I think it is supposed to be (5/6)^t/5 at the end. I did up to that point(in other attachment) but i do not know how to show that it equals that. Any help would be appreciated
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    (Original post by lyamlim97)
    The questions is Q3 in the attachment. The question has as mistake. I think it is supposed to be (5/6)^t/5 at the end. I did up to that point(in other attachment) but i do not know how to show that it equals that. Any help would be appreciated
    isn't that the same with the minus?
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    isn't that the same with the minus?
    Do i bring the - up to the 6/5 to make it 5/6 ?
    If so then what do i do to only have the t in the power?
    sorry im abit rusty atm
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    (Original post by lyamlim97)
    Do i bring the - up to the 6/5 to make it 5/6 ?
    If so then what do i do to only have the t in the power?
    sorry im abit rusty atm
    log (a/b) = - log(b/a)
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    log (a/b) = - log(b/a)
    yeap got that. Now what do i do ?
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    (Original post by lyamlim97)
    yeap got that. Now what do i do ?
    you flip the fraction, you put the 1/5 as a power, e to the log dissapear to leave you the answer
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    you flip the fraction, you put the 1/5 as a power, e to the log dissapear to leave you the answer
    Goddddittt! Thanks man
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    (Original post by lyamlim97)
    Goddddittt! Thanks man
    I also noticed the answer is missing a t (that must be a typo)
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I also noticed the answer is missing at (that must be a typo)
    Yeap. I did mention that in my first post
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    TeeEm MInd helping with one more? Its Q4 from the original post. Thanks
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    (Original post by lyamlim97)
    TeeEm MInd helping with one more? Its Q4 from the original post. Thanks
    I do not but I am off for my one hour morning walk ...
    type what you want and I will look at it as soon as I am back.
 
 
 
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