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how do you solve for n in this question

34=r^n

i know what the r value is

man i should know this

34=r^n

i know what the r value is

man i should know this

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In summary, to solve for n in this equation, we need to use logarithms with base r. This helps us isolate n and understand the relationship between r and n. There is a specific method to solve for n, and the possible values of n can be any real number. An example of solving for n is taking the logarithm of both sides with base r and using a calculator to find the value of n.

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how do you solve for n in this question

34=r^n

i know what the r value is

man i should know this

34=r^n

i know what the r value is

man i should know this

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To solve for n in this equation, we need to use logarithms. Specifically, we can use the logarithm with base r, which is the inverse function of exponentiation. This will help us isolate n on one side of the equation.

Finding n in this equation can help us better understand the relationship between the base (r) and the exponent (n). It can also help us make predictions or solve problems involving exponential growth or decay.

Yes, there is a specific method to solve for n in this equation, which involves using logarithms. We can also rearrange the equation to make n the subject, if needed.

The possible values of n in this equation can be any real number, since the exponent can take on any value. However, depending on the context of the problem, there may be restrictions on the possible values of n.

Yes, for example, if we have the equation 34 = r^n, we can take the logarithm of both sides with base r to get log_{r}34 = n. Then, we can use a calculator to find the value of n, which would be approximately 1.5414. So, the solution to this equation is n = 1.5414.

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