I've been stuck on this forever. I don't understand how to solve it with multiple terms with different bases. I have to solve for x

I've been stuck on this forever. I don't understand how to solve it with multiple terms with different bases. I have to solve for x

Given that a=c3 and b=√c , evaluate logab

log3(5x+1)=4

You can't distribute the natural log? I don't understand.

Solve the exponential equations by expressing each side as a power of the same base and then equating exponents

According to Wolfram you can somehow get iπ from log(-1), how? https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=log(-1)

Use the properties of logarithms to rewrite each expression. Simplify the result if possible. Assume all variables represent positive real numbers. log4 the...

The population N(t) (in millions) of a country t years after 1980 may be approximated by the formula N(t) = 211e0.0109t. When will the population be twice what it was in 1980? (Round...

Consider the equation log((x + 3)(x−8))+ log(x+3/x-8) = 2. (a) Explain why x = 7 is not a solution to this equation. (b) By combining the logarithms,...

log39 + log32x2 = log3162 I need to know how to solve this step by step so I am able to do other similar questions on my own. Thanks for the help :)

Use properties to condense

thank you s o m u c h p l e a s e

solve the equation

logarithmic

Absorption (A) = 0.475 %= dilution Equation is A= 2-[log(%)]

Condense as much as possible

write each equation in it's equivalent exponent form

condense logarithmic expression and evaluate

condense logarithmic expression and evaluate

Solve the exponential equations by expressing each side as a power of the same base and then equating exponents

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