# How do you solve #8ln(x) = 1#?

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To solve the equation 8ln(x) = 1:

- Divide both sides by 8: ln(x) = 1/8.
- Rewrite the equation in exponential form: e^(ln(x)) = e^(1/8).
- Since e^(ln(x)) = x, the equation becomes x = e^(1/8).
- Use a calculator to find the approximate value of e^(1/8).
- The solution for x is approximately x ≈ 1.201.

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