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
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
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)
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...
3-2ln(X)+ln(Y) e^ use the properties of logarithms to write the following expression as a single term that doesn't contain a logarithm.
Write in expanded form: log5(x2(3x-4)) (x+2)2
solve and round to the nearest thousandths a. 16-4ln(3x)=4 b. log(base 7)(x+1) + log(base 7)(x-1)= log (base 7)*3
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)
evaluate the following 12log1 ln(-3) ln(e^2) log(sqrt(10,000)) log(base 8) 200
1. 23x+1=3x-2
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?
Can you please help me find the derivative of this? y = (-√(x2+1)/x) + ln (x+√(x2+1))
2^3 log2 k e^-3 ln k
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 certain breed of rabbit was introduced into a small island about 8 years ago. The current populations is estimated to be 4100. Using the model N(t)=Nbase0e^0.55t, a) what is the initial...
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...