a. linear b. quadratic c. logarithmic d. inverse e. exponentia
Determine if True or False. *small # under log 1) log*5(xy)=(log*5x)(log*5y) 2) log*5 4= log4/log5 ...
ln ( x4(x-4)2 ) -------------- (square root x2+1)
1) log(x-y)=logx-logy 2) log(x/y)=logx-logy 3) ln0=1
(hint: m is positive number)
Evaluate the expression: A) 1/3 B) 3/10 C)5 D)3
2(log5(18)-log5(3)) +1/2log5 1/16
Solve for x. (Note: Further simplification may occur in step (b).) Write the answer in terms of natural logarithms, unless no logarithms are involved. Rewrite the answers to each individual logarithm...
1/2log6(9)-(3log6(X)+2log6(Y)) + 1/3log6(8) 6 is the log base
1. Use the properties of logarithms and transformations to describe how the graph of g(x)=ln(e^2x) 2. Simplify: log(1-1/x)-log(1+1/x) I need help with these two problems...
I have a calculus assignment and this is one of the questions, but I am not allowed a calculator.
0.30 = log(x) 0.30 = ln(y) log(1.3)= ln(1.3)=
This problem involves the Rule of 70, which gives quick estimates of the doubling time of an exponentially growing quantity. If r% is the annual growth rate of the quantity, then the Rule of 70 says Doubling...
Hi, I have no idea what ln e means. I know ln stands for natural log. These are the equations I need help with : lne2x+7 = -8 and ln(1/e)x2...