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Change the exponential expression to an equivalent expression. It should involve an a logarithm.

6.5=a^3

This is what I have. can you help me out.

Ina[1/3]In6.5

  • calculus -

    This is hardly calculus.

    take log of both sides

    ln(6.5)=3lna
    1/3 ln(6.5)=ln a

    when one asks for an equivalent expression, one can get many, many solutions.

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