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Rearranging formula with exponents, for the subject of:?

Hi there,

I'm trying solve a fairly long equation for a specific variable. I can do most of it but have begun running into problems with small parts of it.

For example, the equation contains terms like 2e^-(c/d) and -icos(x)e^-((f+c)/d), and I'm not sure how to simplify and solve these for d. Before, I was taking the natural log of both terms separately, but then realized log(A*B) is not equal to (log(a) +log(b))

So just to take a small part of the equation I am solving, how would I solve the following for d?


1-e^(-g/d) = 2e^(-c/d) -icos(x)e^-((f+c)/d)

Thanks a lot!

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