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12-209.

If $p = \operatorname{ln} 2$ and $q = \operatorname{ln} 3$, solve for $x i$n terms of $p$ and/or $q$.

1. $e^{x} = 2^{10}$

$x = \operatorname{ln}\left(2^{10}\right)$

$x = 10 \operatorname{ln}2$

$x = 10p$

1. $4e^{x} = 27$

See part (a).