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The question is this: how do I make the term "c" the subject of the equation below?

a = bc (d)^c

Many thanks for your time.

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The question is this: how do I make the term "c" the subject of the equation below?

a = bc (d)^c

Many thanks for your time.

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The question is this: how do I make the term "c" the subject of the equation below?

a = bc (d)^c

Many thanks for your time.

I was not able to solve this using logarithms. Probably, this is not solvable using elementary algebra.

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Are there any alternative methods in which it could be solved?I was not able to solve this using logarithms. Probably, this is not solvable using elementary algebra.

Also, I must say that the terms "d" and "b" are constant.

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