OpenStudy (anonymous):

Anyone know how to solve for Y in the logarithmic equation 1/2e^2y=x^3 + C

OpenStudy (anonymous):

$\frac{ 1 }{ 2e ^{2y}}=x ^{3}+c$

OpenStudy (anonymous):

this looks like a product of intergration so all we need to do is differentiate now

OpenStudy (anonymous):

oh i need to go i cant start that now i ll refer you to some people @Mertsj @genius12