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1. LnK=2-LnC
Write the expression for k in terms of c
1. e^LnK=e^2-e^LnC
K=e^2 - C
2. Yup, thats correct.
3. Actually no thats incorrect.
4. When you take the right hand side to the e, you have to take the whole thing and not just separate terms.
So: e^Lnk=e^(2-LnC)
When you take the right hand side to the e, you have to take the whole thing and not just separate terms.
So: e^Lnk=e^(2-LnC)
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When you take the right hand side to the e, you have to take the whole thing and not just separate terms.
So: e^Lnk=e^(2-LnC)
So k=(e^2)/c

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