Sorry please help me.with another one, how should I do lg(x-2)=(lg3)^2. Thanks really much!
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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?
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).
Originally Posted by MarkFL2 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? You would only be able to use this property if the right hand side was , NOT . To solve this equation...
Last edited by Prove It; Nov 23rd 2012 at 04:14 AM.
I was suggesting to write:
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