# How do you write y=ln(x-2) in exponential form?

Sep 29, 2015

${e}^{y} + 2 = x$

#### Explanation:

$y = \ln \left(x - 2\right)$

If we take the natural exponential of both sides, i.e.: Take e to the "sideth" power, we get

${e}^{y} = x - 2$

Isolating x,

${e}^{y} + 2 = x$