# SOLUTION: Find the solution of the exponential equation,correct to 4 decimal places: 4(1 + 10^5x) = 9 I got: 1 + 10^5x = 9/4 10^5x = 9/4 - 1 10^5x = 3/2 5x = log 3/2 / log10 = 0.10

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Exponential-and-logarithmic-functions Question 48039This question is from textbook College Algebra : Find the solution of the exponential equation,correct to 4 decimal places: 4(1 + 10^5x) = 9 I got: 1 + 10^5x = 9/4 10^5x = 9/4 - 1 10^5x = 3/2 5x = log 3/2 / log10 = 0.1003 x = 0.01938 Thank you so much for all your assistance and guidance!This question is from textbook College Algebra Answer by stanbon(57967)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I got: 1 + 10^5x = 9/4 10^5x = 9/4 - 1 10^5x = 3/2 5x(log10) = 3/2 Since log10=1 you get: 5x=3/2 x=3/10 x=0.3 Cheers, Stan H.