# SOLUTION: This is a rather confusing question and I apologize if it confuses anyone else too.. but here goes: e^(xlnb) (e^(xlnc)) = (bc)^2

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 Question 636327: This is a rather confusing question and I apologize if it confuses anyone else too.. but here goes: e^(xlnb) (e^(xlnc)) = (bc)^2Answer by solver91311(16897)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! You didn't bother to share what you wanted so I can only presume that you want to solve the equation for . Actually, the only source of confusion is your failure to tell the whole story. Be that as it may: Apply to the RHS: Take the natural log of both sides: Apply Apply Apply the sum of the logs is the log of the product, Divide both sides by John My calculator said it, I believe it, that settles it