# Answer on Algebra Question for Bob

Question #1719

Use natural logarithms to solve 6e^4x-2=3

Expert's answer

6 e

6e

e

4x = ln (5/6)

x = 1/4 ln (5/6) ≈ - 0.0456

^{4x}- 2 = 36e

^{4x}= 5e

^{4x}= 5/64x = ln (5/6)

x = 1/4 ln (5/6) ≈ - 0.0456

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