Solve: 4 + log(base 3)(2 - x) = 9 I got: log(base 3)(2 - x) = 5 2 - x = 3^5 2 - x = 243 -x = 241 x = -241 Don't think this is right can someone help me out? Thanks.
Last edited by StephenSkinner; November 12th 2013 at 07:31 PM.
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Your question was to solve and you solved . Those are not the same equations. To solve the first equation, subtract 4 from each side: .
Surely 5 - 4 is NOT 5.
Whoops meant to put: 4 + log(base 3)(2-x) = 9 SORRY.
Originally Posted by StephenSkinner Whoops meant to put: 4 + log(base 3)(2-x) = 9 SORRY. Then try plugging in your answer: It looks correct to me.
Originally Posted by SlipEternal Then try plugging in your answer: It looks correct to me. Cool I appreciate it!
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