Posted by **Jon** on Saturday, April 12, 2008 at 6:32pm.

I need help finding the correct answer. I got it wrong on my homework and am studying for my test and need to know how to do it.

ln e^lnx-ln(x-3)=ln 8

my wrong answer - no solution

correct answer - (24/7)

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