Can't do this algebra on my physics homework .

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Homework Statement


I've gotten to the point where I have ln(e^(-cx) - e^(-cy)) = ln(g)

how do i solve this for x ?
 

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AlephZero
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If ln(a) = ln(b), what can you say about a and b?
 
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Where is your problem statement?
 

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