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Originally Posted by desiderius1 How would I solve without using a calculator. This is far as I got: Thanks! Simplify! Keep in mind that
Thank you. I have another log question. Cannot use calculator. So, should I add or subtract first? if I add I get which I can't figure out how to simplify any further. If I subtract , what would I do next? Thanks for helping.
Ah, ok I figured it out.
more log questions: so far I've done: Stuck here. Other problems... thanks!~
Originally Posted by desiderius1 more log questions: so far I've done: Stuck here. Re-write the difference of logs as a log of a quotient: Continue! Other problems... thanks!~ To help you sufficiently I must know what you have done so far and where you have difficulties doing these questions. Please show your work.
Originally Posted by desiderius1 Other problems... Try log7 ((147/3)^-1). Edit: Originally Posted by desiderius1 log4 2 <=> 4^x = 2 and log4 8 <=> 4^y = 8. Solve x and y first. Makes it a lot easier.
Last edited by Dimple; April 14th 2010 at 06:52 AM.
Originally Posted by desiderius1 more log questions: so far I've done: Stuck here. Other problems... thanks!~ Note that 3 will cancel: which is much easier to manipulate
[quote=desiderius1;493586]more log questions: so far I've done: Stuck here. Other problems... Log B2 {logB4 (2) +logB4(8) }^3 Work inside brackets first !/2 +logB4(16/2)=1/2 +2 -1/2 = 2 2^3=8 Now you have logB2(8)=3 bjh
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