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MrGoodyear812

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Help! I haven't the slightest clue on how to do this...

thanks in advance!

thanks in advance!

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MrGoodyear812

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Help! I haven't the slightest clue on how to do this...

thanks in advance!

thanks in advance!

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Sweet_GirL

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Help! I haven't the slightest clue on how to do this...

thanks in advance!

[tex]y=cos^{x+7}(x)[/tex]

Start by taking the natural logarithmic of both sides.

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MrGoodyear812

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so i'd have:

ln(y) = (x+7)ln(cos(x))

how do i get rid of the ln on the y?

cause i knew it was a ln problem, just i dont know how to get rid of the ln on the y

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