62. Solve:
(The fifth root of x) divided by 9, is equal to 7

no multiple answers available.

66. ln 1/√e

a. -√e
b.-1/2
c.1/e
d.1/2

67. Solve:
e3x = 8

a. In 5/ In 8
b. 3 In 8/ In 3
c. In 8/ 3
d. In 3/ 8

68. Solve:

1/ex = 7

a. In^1/7
b. In 1/7
c. In^7
d. In 7

69. Solve:
3e2x + 2 = 50

a. In 8
b.In 0.25
c.In 14
d. 0.5In 16

70. Solve:
|ln x| = 1

no multiple answers available.

71. Determine if the sequence is geometric, arithmetic, both, or neither: 256, 64, 16, 4, ...

a. Geometric
b. Arithmetic
c. Both
d. Neither

72. Determine if the sequence is arithmetic, geometric, both, or neither:
1/12, 2/13, 3/13, 4/14, ...

a. Geometric
b. Arithmetic
c. Both
d. Neither

73. Find the first four terms of the sequence:
tn = 2n + 1

a. 3; 5; 7; 9
b. 1; 3; 5; 7
c. 9; 11; 13; 15
d. 15; 17; 19; 21

74. Find the next two terms using the pattern in the difference between terms for the sequence:
24, 23, 21, 17, 9, ...

a. -7, -39
b. -3, -15
c. -11, -37
d. -2, -13

75. Find the next two terms using the pattern in the difference between terms for the sequence:
1, 2, 6, 15, 31, ...

a. 63, 127
b. 72, 114
c. 56, 92
d. 44, 73

76. Find the arithmetic mean for the pair of numbers:
2.3, 9.1

a. 10.47
b. 6.3
c. 5.7
d. 8.4

77. Choose a formula for the nth term of the sequence:
a^2/2, a^4/4, a^6/8, ...

a. a^2n/2^n
b. a^2n/2n
c. a^2n/2+n
d.2^n/a

78. A house purchased last year for $80,000 is now worth $96,000. Assuming that the value of the house continues to appreciate (increase) at the same rate each year, find the value 2 years from now.

1. the function f(x)=6x/3x-5 is one to one. find its inverse and check your answer. And on the second one can you tell me if I am correct. 2. solve the following exponential solution 7^2x+7^x+1-60=0 7^2 x+7^x-59=0 (49x)+7^x-59=0

The area of a square garden in square feet is 49x^2-14x+1. Find the dimensions of the garden in terms of x. x^2=49x^2-14x+1 Then solve for x. 48x^2-14x + 1=0 (8x-1)(6x-1)=0 and solve for two values of x that are possible.

Use the list and calculation method to answer the following questions. Show your work at each step. 4. You draw three cards (with replacement) from a standard deck of cards. What is the probability that a. exactly one will be red: