From a chapter on natural logarithms. Directions are to solve.
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Same as ln(32m⁵)-ln(m¹²)=7,

ln(32m⁵/m¹²)=ln(32/m⁷)=7,

32/m⁷=e⁷,

⁷√32/m=e, m=⁷√32/e.

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