I have to solve for t using logs or natural logs and find the exact value of t. I've been trying for over an hour but have had no luck, thank you in advance to whoever solves!
I have to solve for t using logs or natural logs and find the exact value of t. I've been trying for over an hour but have had no luck, thank you in advance to whoever solves!
log 8 ^ -1/3 The answer is log(1/2) = -0.301 . But what are the mathematical steps of how to go from log 8 ^ -1/3 to log(1/2)
Can you solve for x in this equations : 1/ log3(√(x) + 2 ) = log7x
there are approximately 317 million people in the united states. compute and use log(100,000,000) and log (1,000,000,000) to explain why social security numbers are 9 digits long
log8(x)-log8(10)=log8(4) I need to solve this
solve e^x=5-2x
Use the properties of logarithms to write the following expression as a single term that doesn't contain a logarithm e^3-2ln(X)+ln(Y) (note: everything after the ^ is superscript...
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1. 23x+1=3x-2
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evaluate the following 12log1 ln(-3) ln(e^2) log(sqrt(10,000)) log(base 8) 200
Use the properties of logarithms to write the expression as one single logarithm in simplest form 8log(base 5)*(4sqrt(x))-4log (base 5) *(x)
f(x)=log4(3x+11)
What is the domain of: f(x)= log2(x3-X) I know how to find the domain of logarithms, but I can't figure out how to treat the x3-x>0. Help please?
2^3 log2 k e^-3 ln k
Prove: alog b=blog a
polonium 210 has a half life of 140 days. Suppose a sample of the substance has a mass of 300 mg. a) find the function that models the amount of the sample at time t. b)find the mass remaining...
a logistic model for the word population is P(t)=73.2/(6.1+5.9e^-0.02t) where t=0 indicates the year 2000 and the population is measured in billions. a) what world population does this model...
differentiate y = (x2+1)e((-x^10)+3x)