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Originally Posted by Remriel Where to go from here?
Originally Posted by Remriel Where to go from here? Your calculations are OK, but there is a simpler way to do this question: With your result:
Go back to (x)log5=(x+1)log4 So (x)log5=(x)log4+log4 x(log5-log4)=log4 x=(log4)/(log5-log4}
What about this one? I can't find a way to separate:
Originally Posted by Remriel What about this one? I can't find a way to separate: Go from here...
Is this correct?
Last edited by Remriel; July 2nd 2012 at 03:06 PM.
cross multiply ... distribute both sides ... get all x terms on the same side ... factor out the x ... solve for x ...
Originally Posted by Remriel Is this correct? No, when you have x in the denominator, you need to reciprocate. It should be like this...
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