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Ln 4 + 3Ln x = 5Ln 2 Ln 4 + Ln x3= Ln 25 = Ln 32 Ln x3= Ln 32 - Ln 4 = Ln (32/4) = Ln 8= Ln 2

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Take the natural logarithm (ln) of both sides of the equation to cancel the exponent (e). For example, ify=Aexlog transform both sides and apply the rules of logarithms:ln(y)=ln(Aex)ln(y)=ln(A)+ln(ex)ln(y)=ln(A)+xrearrange in terms of x:x=ln(y)-ln(A), or more simplyx=ln(y/A)

Use the product rule.y = x lnxy' = x (ln x)' + x' (ln x) = x (1/x) + 1 ln x = 1 + ln xUse the product rule.y = x lnxy' = x (ln x)' + x' (ln x) = x (1/x) + 1 ln x = 1 + ln xUse the product rule.y = x lnxy' = x (ln x)' + x' (ln x) = x (1/x) + 1 ln x = 1 + ln xUse the product rule.y = x lnxy' = x (ln x)' + x' (ln x) = x (1/x) + 1 ln x = 1 + ln x

2 ln(9) + 2 ln(5) = 2 ln(x) - 3ln(81) + ln(25) = ln(x2) - 37.61332 = ln(x2) - 3ln(x2) = 10.61332ln(x) = 5.30666x = e5.30666 = 201.676 (rounded)

You can also write this as ln(6 times 4)

3 ln(x) = ln(3x)ln(x3) = ln(3x)x3 = 3xx2 = 3x = sqrt(3)x = 1.732 (rounded)

It depends. If you mean (ln e)7, then the answer is 1, since (ln e) = 1. If you mean ln(e7), then the answer is 7, since ln(e7) = 7 (ln e) and (ln e) = 1.

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The correct formula for exponential interpolation is: y =ya*(yb/ya)^[(x-xa)/(xb-xa)], xa<x<xb and also, x=xa*[ln(yb)-ln(y)]/[ln(yb)-ln(ya)]+xb*[ln(y)-ln(ya)]/[ln(yb)-ln(ya)], ya<y<yb

I assume the question is NOT about ln(a*b) = ln(a) + ln(b) because that is true for all positive real a and b. Instead, you want a solution to ln(a) * b = ln(a) + ln(b) or, ln(a) * (b-1) = ln(b) ln(a) = ln(b)/(b-1) ln(a) = ln[b1/(b-1)] Exponentiating, a = b1/(b-1) For any real number b > 1, a given by the above equation will meet your requirements.