question is; solve for y in terms of x log_{5}x^{2}/ log_{5}3- log_{5}y=2 log_{5}x^{2}/ log_{5}3 - 2 = log_{5}y anyway, this is as far as I know to take this question. Can anyone shed light for me?
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Originally Posted by whereitsbeen question is; solve for y in terms of x log_{5}x^{2}/ log_{5}3- log_{5}y=2 log_{5}x^{2}/ log_{5}3 - 2 = log_{5}y anyway, this is as far as I know to take this question. Can anyone shed light for me? Hint: Take your original equation and multiply both sides by $\displaystyle \log_5(3)$. -Dan
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