I would like to know how much 'n' equals, based on the formula below:
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Originally Posted by mohamedennahdi I would like to know how much 'n' equals, based on the formula below: Hint: Start by taking log base 3 of both sides. -Dan
What do you think of this?
Originally Posted by mohamedennahdi What do you think of this? You still haven't separated the n from one side. Here's where I was pointing you: Can you finish from here? -Dan
No, please proceed!
Originally Posted by mohamedennahdi No, please proceed! Aw c'mon! Are you telling me you can't solve an equation of the form a*log_2(n) = b? Give it a try! I'll even tell you that log_3(3) = 1. -Dan
How about this:
Originally Posted by mohamedennahdi How about this: To get rid of a "log" you have to raise it to a power. So after line 2 we would have -Dan
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