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    logaritmic equation

    how can i solve log (x+3):log(x-2) ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alessandromangione View Post
    how can i solve log (x+3):log(x-2) ?

    Are these a ratio of logs or is there an equals sign? Do they have the same base?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alessandromangione View Post
    how can i solve log (x+3):log(x-2) ?
    Again I'm confused by your notation. Maybe check out the LaTeX tutorial to see how to enter nicely formatted text... or just write in a more standard way... I'm sure there's a way to write what you want without using the : symbol.
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    it's not a ratio..there is just the sign ':' ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by undefined View Post
    I'm confused by your notation.
    me too.

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