# ln(x − 2) = 5 in exponential form

Question
Logarithms
\ln(x − 2) = 5 in exponential form

2021-03-12
$$\displaystyle{e}^{{{5}}}={x}-{2}$$ Since ln of x equals y means that e to the y = x you can apply this here and get this.

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