Given that:
2logan = loga18 + loga ( n - 4 )
find the possible values of n.
>>how do i get to logan^2 = loga 18(n-4)
is it correct that
2logan = 2 logan^2
how do you get from:
loga18 + loga ( n - 4 )
to logan^2 = loga 18(n-4)
Given that:
2logan = loga18 + loga ( n - 4 )
find the possible values of n.
>>how do i get to logan^2 = loga 18(n-4)
is it correct that
2logan = 2 logan^2
how do you get from:
loga18 + loga ( n - 4 )
to logan^2 = loga 18(n-4)