Sorry please help me.with another one, how should I do lg(x-2)=(lg3)^2. Thanks really much!

Printable View

- November 23rd 2012, 01:56 AMTutuAnother logarithmic question
Sorry please help me.with another one, how should I do lg(x-2)=(lg3)^2. Thanks really much!

- November 23rd 2012, 02:17 AMMarkFLRe: Another logarithmic question
The notation is not familiar to me (I don't know for sure which base is implied), but I would write:

Now, on the right, use the property . What do you find? - November 23rd 2012, 02:34 AMTutuRe: Another logarithmic question
Thanks sir! lg is log10, has a base 10. but isn't the property you suggested only for one lg? In this case there's two, (lg3)(lg3).

- November 23rd 2012, 04:12 AMProve ItRe: Another logarithmic question
- November 23rd 2012, 10:07 AMMarkFLRe: Another logarithmic question
I was suggesting to write: