Hi there,

I'm stuck on this logs question and can't find an example in any books that fits this form.

$\displaystyle 3^{x} \times 4^{2x+1} = 6^{x+2} $ show that $\displaystyle x = \frac{\ln 9}{\ln 8} $

I try to break the logs down to different forms but never get anything suitable to allow for a substitution.

Any pointers?

Thanks, F