Hello PaymemoneySurely you mean:
which is equivalent to the answer in the book. (Just multiply top-and-bottom by .)
Just use the rules of indices:2)Simply:
Not sure how to start this.and:to write:
I'm not sure how you got this:3)Solve for x given that:On the RHS, use the rule:to get:And then use:
No. You must combine the RHS into a single logarithm:4)Solve for x given:
This is what i have done:
, using the fact that .