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e^2x = 5e^3x
I understand that I need to take a natural log of both sides here, what I am thrown about is the constant "5". Can I bring that up as an exponent? So, e^2x = e^(3x)^5?
I understand that I need to take a natural log of both sides here, what I am thrown about is the constant "5". Can I bring that up as an exponent? So, e^2x = e^(3x)^5?