How do I solve logarithms with addition in them? 2.5(e^(c * 100)+e^(-c * 100))=30

Diego Barr 2022-10-22 Answered
How do I solve logarithms with addition in them?
2.5 ( e c 100 + e c 100 ) = 30
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Milton Hampton
Answered 2022-10-23 Author has 16 answers
let
a = e 100 c
then we have
a + 1 a = 12
and you will get a quadratic equation in a.
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