Given that log_2(3) • log_3(4) • log_4(5)..... log_n-1(n) • log_n(n+1) = 10, find the value of n. NEED ANSWER ASAP
Given that log_2(3) • log_3(4) • log_4(5)..... log_n-1(n) • log_n(n+1) = 10, find the value of n. NEED ANSWER ASAP
1. Solve 2^x=32 and rewrite this equation in a logarithmic form. 2. Analyze the characteristics exponential and logarithmic functions. Make sure you talk about domain and range. 3. Demonstrate...
. 3 ___ log\/5x-1. =log1 2x-1. 3 x-1 Remember this is a made up question
I just don't even know what to do with this; solve for x: ln(x^2+1)-3lnx=ln(2)
Replace the variables a and b with integers and solve for log a b = x by using the change of base formula. Show all work and use complete sentences to explain your steps in solving the logarithm you...
Which of the following is equivalent to 2^4 =16? Select one: A. log4^16 = 2 B. log2^4 = 16 C. log2^16 = 4 D. log4^2 = 16
log32 is not a rational number
3 log 0 + 4 log 1 = 3x0 + 4x1 =4?
loga[1+logb{1+logc(1+logpx)}]
A) logb3 B) logb8
Log 6(6) + 2 Log 10 - 5 In e + Log 1 = Log 1 + 2 Log 1 - 5 In 1 + Log 0 = 1 + (2*1) - (5*1) + 0 = -2
Question 3 The price of a brand new car was $180000 on 1st January 2008. Its value depreciated in such a way that t months after the purchase, the sale price, $P, is determined...
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Write each expression as a sum or difference of multiples of logarithms. Assume that variables represent positive numbers log3x^2(x-9) What formula do I use for this? Please...
The magnitude R of an earthquake of intensity I is defined as R=log(I/I0) where I0 is a minimum intensity used for comparison. An earthquake has n intensity of 106.5 x I0. What is its magnitude...
(log102 + log104) / log10 e I got as far as: log108/log10e but then I don't know how to simplify log10e and end up getting ln8 as an answer
logP/N=5 and logM/N=9. What is the relationship between P and M? Answer choices: M=4P M=10,000P M=0.0001P P=10,000M Can you show the steps to how to solve...
3Squareroot log(5x-1)=log1/3
Expand the logarithm and correctly put it in parentheses
log4(3xyz)2 expand this and correctly put it in parentheses