1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Solve for X in terms of Natural Logs; Both my friend and I (top scores in the class) are struggling with this problem. 2. Relevant equations e^ax=c*2^bx 3. The attempt at a solution We both decided to divide both sides by 2^bx which gave us e^ax / 2^bx = C Then I flipped the 2^bx up to the top by making the ^-bx Then I multiplied the 2 and the e and added the ^ax and ^-bx thus resulting in 2e^ax-bx=c Then divide both sides by two and natural log both sides getting ax-bx= ln(c/2) Factor out a x and divide both sides by a-b x= ln(c/2) / a-b We both suspect our answers are wrong due to the multiplying of 2 and the e, other than that we have no idea how to get the right answer.