the equations in question are log_{4}(x+1)-log_{4}3=1 and 4(7^{x})-7^{2x}=3

not sure what method to use to approach these.

thanks

age

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- Feb 10th 2013, 05:59 AMagehayoshinalogarithm equation help.
the equations in question are log

_{4}(x+1)-log_{4}3=1 and 4(7^{x})-7^{2x}=3

not sure what method to use to approach these.

thanks

age - Feb 10th 2013, 06:21 AMPlatoRe: logarithm equation help.
- Feb 10th 2013, 06:37 AMagehayoshinaRe: logarithm equation help.
Could you please explain how you got to those answers?

- Feb 10th 2013, 06:49 AMHallsofIvyRe: logarithm equation help.
In the first problem Plato used the fact that and that .

For the second, he substituted y for , as he said, and used the fact that .