Write log p / square root of q in terms of log p and log q. Solve the equation - 4 ^(3x + 1) = 7 Thanks
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That isnt a minus 4
Originally Posted by MagisterPS3 Write log p / square root of q in terms of log p and log q. I am assuming it's , not . In plain text, one could write log(p) / sqrt(q). Have you tried applying different logarithm identities? Originally Posted by MagisterPS3 Solve the equation - 4 ^(3x + 1) = 7 Have you seen examples of solutions of such equations?
I have seen examples of both but im not sure how to put in terms of a letter...
Originally Posted by MagisterPS3 I have seen examples of both but im not sure how to put in terms of a letter... Here is an example to follow: We add logs for multiplication, what is done for division?
For the first problem, try applying some of the four identities in the link from post #3. For the second problem, multiply both sides by -1, apply to both sides and use the fact that .
Thanks very much guys I got it.
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