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ALGEBRA II

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ln(x+5)=4
COULD YOU SHOW HOW TO SOLVE THIS STEP BY STEP. THANX!

  • ALGEBRA II -

    by definition, e^(lnx) = x

    e^(ln(x+5)) = e^4
    x+5 = e^4
    x = e^4 - 5

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