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Why is eln2^(4/3)/e = 2(4/3)/e?

 Dec 2, 2020
 #1
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Multiplying  through by e  we  get

 

e^(Ln2 ^(4/3) )  = 2^(4/3)           and we  can write

 

e ^ [ (4/3) Ln 2 ]=  2^(4/3)       take the Ln of both sides

 

Ln e ^[ (4/3) Ln 2 ]  =  Ln 2^(4/3)         and we  can write

 

[ (4/3) Ln 2 ] Ln e   =  (4/3) Ln 2          ..... Ln e  =1....so  we  can ignore this

 

(4/3) Ln 2  =  (4/3) Ln 2       !!!!

 

 

cool cool cool

 Dec 2, 2020
 #2
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Thank you!smiley

en8535  Dec 2, 2020
 #3
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No prob  !!!

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Dec 2, 2020

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