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The original question is logbase5(2x+5)=3. I distributed to get log(base5)2x + log(base5)5. Using the law of logarithms, this would mean that this addition can be made into log(base5)10x by...
The original question is logbase5(2x+5)=3. I distributed to get log(base5)2x + log(base5)5. Using the law of logarithms, this would mean that this addition can be made into log(base5)10x by...
Solve the equation: 7^(x+1)=4^2x. Round answer to 2 decimal places
Write the solution of the equation log base 27 (4x-3)=1/3 as a number only. Round your answer to 1 decimal place.
The symbol log x indicates that it is a base 10 logarithm. The solution of the equation log (x-1)=2 - log (25) is an integer. What is your answer? (Give number as an interger only)
4. Solve the logarithmic equation. Be sure to reject any value of x that is not in the domain of the original logarithmic expression. Give the exact answer. log (x + 16) = log x + log...
log x^log x + log x^2 = 8
7 ln x - 1/4 ln y I would be very grateful for some help! Thanks for reading!
solve equation log2x + logx2=2.5
log[3](27x^(4)y^(3))
please show all steps used to solve for x. the answer is 0. Thanks
Solve the equation. Check for extraneous solutions. Round to three decimal places when needed