Solving Equations with e and lnx

On both sides of the equation, use property 1 of logarithms to split up the logarithm of the product ln (5) + ln (e 1.7x) = ln (2) + ln (4 2.9x). On the right-hand-side, use

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Algebra II : Natural Log

Here's a procedure for solving an equation with mixed terms: Start with the equation: For example. \log x = \log (x - 2) + 3. Rearrange the terms: \log x - \log (x - 2) = 3.
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