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Ok, so that wasn’t the real question. It seems like Agent Double Oh 3.14 has found another clue after beating the Hooded Bandito. And the chase and fight drained most of her energy! She only has enough energy to use her calculator once. But what’s this clue about? Let’s find out!
There are words written on the paper.
Find the sum of the first (e ln 7 )(log 4 64 3 ) terms in an arithmetic sequence whose first term is: And whose second term is:
3(log 3 ( 9 C 8 • 3 C 1 ) – log 3 ( ))
3.
DO NOT MOVE ON UNTIL YOU HAVE ANSWERED THE QUESTION OR YOU NEED HELP!
For the first set of brackets, e ln 7 , the answer is 7.
Why?
BECAUSE A LOGARITHM IS AN EXPONENT (and I bet you forgot that!)
“ ln 7” means “What exponent on base “e” will give you 7?” and once you’ve found that exponent, you are putting it on base “e” therefore the answer is 7.
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