Write log p / square root of q in terms of log p and log q.
Solve the equation - 4 ^(3x + 1) = 7
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I am assuming it's $\displaystyle \log(p/\sqrt{q})$, not $\displaystyle (\log p)/\sqrt{q}$. In plain text, one could write log(p) / sqrt(q). Have you tried applying different logarithm identities?
Have you seen examples of solutions of such equations?
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 $\displaystyle \log_4$ to both sides and use the fact that $\displaystyle \log_4\left(4^y\right)=y$.