I'm having a real problem understanding logarithmic equations. Especially a certain area where you have to approximate values with given logarithms. I don't even really understand what I'm talking about.
If find the approximate value of log3 8.
I've only been shown how to solve a problem like this that has an 'approximate value' that's a convenient multiple of the product of the two logarithms. Or one of the two logarithms can square itself and then conveniently go into it. I really don't get how to solve this one.
Also, I'm trying to figure out how to do this one:
Solve 10x = 152x.
log 10x = log 152x
x log 10 = 2x log 15