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ln(8x+3)=ln11

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    Ln(8x+3) = Ln11.
    Ln(8x+3) = 2.3979.
    8x+3 = e^(2.3979).
    8x+3 = 11.
    8x = 11-3 = 8.
    X = 1.

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