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x = e^6 -3THANKS

Correct! Now you just subtract 3 from both sides and you're done!

Well let me see again...That then takes me to the next step ofx+3=e^6

Im sorry, the e concept has me very confused. I feel like Ive wasted a lot of time on these type of examples on my own.

HiDo you understand the step in my post above?

I did it on a calculator first then tried on my own and became very confused.

Have you tried doing this:ln(x+3)=6, soe^{ln(x+3)}=e^{6}I just raised the number e to both sides, so that we can get rid of the logarithm in the next step.Can you do it from here?

Solve for x: ln(x+3)=6Can you explain to me how the answer is e^(6) -3Thank you