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\[y = \frac{\log_e\left(\frac{x}{m}-sa\right)}{r^2}\]

\[\Rightarrow yr^2 = \log_e\left(\frac{x}{m}-sa\right)\]

\[\Rightarrow e^{yr^2} = \frac{x}{m}-sa\]

\[\Rightarrow me^{yr^2} = x-msa\]

\[\Rightarrow me^{rry} = x-mas\]

 

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David Shaffer
(Jan 6, 2017)
love the nerdy humour

yp^2 * new = (log(ear)+log(y))/log(ha)

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