Using laws of logarithms, write the expression below as a single logarithm. 5log(25−x^2)−(log(5+x)+log(5−x))=log( )
Using laws of logarithms, write the expression below as a single logarithm. 5log(25−x^2)−(log(5+x)+log(5−x))=log( )
Just need to what x is equal to and how
1/2log25 + 2/3log8 - 1/4log16 all to base 10. How do we work this out? Answer is 3/2, but I keeo getting 10
Logbase2 of x = logbasex of 2
what is x if log underoot (x) 2 = 1/2?
Log x + log (x+15) = 2 How is this solved?
2loge4x^4 - 1/6 loge(4x+9) Note: "e" is that special number 2.718 and I do not have a proper calculator to figure ln or common logs
Please show all steps. I do not have a proper calculator If the answer is not an integer, enter it as a decimal rounded to the nearest, hundredth if needed
Please show steps as I do not have a proper calculator. If the answer is not an integer, enter it as a decimal to the nearest hundredth, if needed. Note that "e"= that special...
Please show all steps. I do not have a proper calculator. if the answer is not an integer, enter it as a decimal rounded to the nearest hundredth, if needed
rewrite this expression in terms of x and y if x=ln(A) and y=ln(B) then ln(A)/ln(B)=
Ok the literary reference is possibly not part of this question. Is there a function to make x into the highest multiple of 8 the is lower than or equal to x? For instance, 13 would become...
2(10)^(6x+8)=18
how to find the antilog of -13.599.
Given that log2x=p and log4y=q, express x2y in terms of p and of q. Ans: 22p+2q Thank You :)
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Solving 3e^(-2x)=12 2^(x+1)+3=9 2+ln(x+3)=13 Graphing 2+log2(x+1) -log1/2x -2+ln...
Given: log1220~1.2 and log1233~1.4 evaluate log121.65
The population P of a city is given by P=2500e^kt, where t is the time in years, with t=0 corresponding to the population in 1950. In 1995, the population was 1,400 people. Find the value of...
do you multiply exponents when the bases are being added together? The whole question is 3 Log (M)+ Log (N)- 2 Log (M)