# How do you solve -6+ln(3x)=0?

Jul 16, 2016

I found: $x = {e}^{6} / 3$

#### Explanation:

We can start rearranging our expression:
$\ln \left(3 x\right) = 6$
then use the definition of log to get (remembering that $\ln$ is the log in base $e$):
$3 x = {e}^{6}$
so that:
$x = {e}^{6} / 3$

or
$x = {e}^{6} / 3 = 134.5$