are these right?
3^2x=75 ---> i got log75/2log3
solve for x
log(2)x = 5 ---> i got x = 32
solve for x
e^3x-2=5 ----> i got x ~ 0.6486
solve for x
2^2x=8^x-4
2^2x=(2^3)x-4
2^2x=2^3x-4
2x+4=3x <--- as far as i could get
Hmm somebody check me here but I'm pretty confident.
I didn't get that.1) 3^2x=75 ---> i got log75/2log3
I'm assuming you mean:
Change to logarithmic form:
You can get the answer now.
If you mean: then yes.2) log(2)x = 5 ---> i got x = 32
Someone else help on 3.
all were fine except for the above. i don't see how you got stuck at that last line though, it's simple algebra from there. to be able to solve logarithmic equations and not be able to solve that is like knowing how to run without knowing how to walk, but anyway, let's see where you made the mistake.
first of all, is the -4 a part of the power of 8 or is it separate? i will do both, choose which is right. Please make sure to type your questions clearly next time.
equating the powers we get:
.........subtracted from both sides
Or, if the power of 8 was actually x, and the -4 was separate, the problem becomes a bit more interesting
Let , we get:
we see that is a root, so is a factor.
Dividing the equations by using long division (or synthetic division) we obtain:
only has real roots, so
But
by equating the coefficients