Solve for x: `ln(2x-1) = 4`
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Given the equation:
`ln(2x-1) = 4`
`` First we will rewrite into the exponent form.
" if `ln a = b ==gt a = e^b` "
`==gt (2x-1)= e^4`
`` Now we will solve for x.
`==gt 2x = e^4 +1`
`` `==gt x = (e^4+1)/2 ~~ 27.8`
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To solve this question, we need to remember a certain fact about functions:
`f^-1(f(x)) = x`
This relation means that when we take the inverse of a function, we simply get our original input back out.
This relation is especially relevant for us because (as you can see...
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