thought i could do it... need sleep thats all

given that log r X = -5, log r Y = 2 and log r Z = 9, evaluate the expression

log r ( r^4 x-1 y^5 / 3[sqroot: x] )

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- Jun 3rd 2007, 10:44 PM #7

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- Jun 4th 2007, 08:59 AM #13
i think finding r exactly is pretty much impossible here, there are too many unknowns. as earboth suggested, they probably want us to prove that the left hand side is the same as the right hand side...or wait! maybe not! maybe we could find r....

pick up where earboth left off.

Now we are told that

.......since, if

and you can plug that into your calculator to see what it is

- Jun 4th 2007, 10:21 AM #14

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