denicarl wrote:if I have 4e^2x + 5e^3x = 15
how do I solve for x?
denicarl wrote:I tried ln 4 +2x+ln5+3x=ln 15 but that doesn't work.
denicarl wrote:how do I solve for x given: 4e^-.2x + 3e^-.3x = 5
squirrel wrote:Hi all,
I have a quick question regarding polynomials. Can I use long division or synthetic division, or both? Thanks in advance.
magellan333 wrote:The instructions were to find the LCD of the three. I factored as follows:
X-7 = x-7
3x-21 = 3(x-7)
Therefore my answer was x-7, 3 and 6x.