How do you solve #-7*e^(4v)=-79#?
The method for solving any equation is always to get all of the variables on one side of the equation, and all of the numbers on the other. So, the first step is to divide through by -7:
So then you need to take the natural logarithm of each side of the equation. This is because 'e' is the inverse function of natural logs. It's the same reason we divided through by -7 before: dividing is the inverse function of multiplying.
Let's start by isolating the term with
Dividing both sides by
Hope this helps!