How would I go about solving for "x" for something like this (should be fairly simple): edit: thats supposed to be base 7. how would you enter the code for that?
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Originally Posted by cjmac87 How would I go about solving for "x" for something like this (should be fairly simple): if log(something) = log(something) then the somethings must be equal, the log function is one-to-one. so just drop the logs. you have 7^x = 7^9, now what is x?
thanks that helps. ok what about something thats not one-to-one:
Originally Posted by cjmac87 thanks that helps. ok what about something thats not one-to-one: you should know that
ah, oh course. very simple. one last thing i need cleared up which is probably easy to: can be solved how? how about ?
Originally Posted by cjmac87 ah, oh course. very simple. one last thing i need cleared up which is probably easy to: can be solved how? how about ? then now, you can continue.. the other one, note that and can you do the rest?
You seem to be missing an important concept: Logarithm = Exponent Trust me on this. What 2 roles are played by the 4, below? You do the other one.
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