Please can someone take me through the steps in this as I have the x's on both sides The (x-3) and (2x) are exponents My math type didnt import the text in Thank you
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Originally Posted by 200001 Please can someone take me through the steps in this as I have the x's on both sides The (x-3) and (2x) are exponents My math type didnt import the text in Thank you
Thank you very much, I see where I went wrong What do I do with this one? Thanks
Originally Posted by 200001 Thank you very much, I see where I went wrong What do I do with this one? Thanks Do you mean ? (The code for that is "2^x2^{x+1}= 10". Notice the "{ }" to group x+ 1 as a single exponent.) Use a "law of exponents": and then take the logarithm of both sides.
Great, yes I get that Now I am on these ones 9log (base x of 5) = log (base 5 of x) not sure how i get through these as Im trying to change the base I believe?
Originally Posted by 200001 Great, yes I get that Now I am on these ones 9log (base x of 5) = log (base 5 of x) not sure how i get through these as Im trying to change the base I believe? in future, start a new problem with a new thread. using change of base, note that now you have the equation ... or
Much obliged, thanks
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