Solve the simultaneous eqn. Log(base)2 X - Log(base)2 Y=4 Log(base)2 X(squared) + Log(base)2 Y(power of)3=-7
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Originally Posted by eftheking Solve the simultaneous eqn. Log(base)2 X - Log(base)2 Y=4 Log(base)2 X(squared) + Log(base)2 Y(power of)3=-7 The second equation can be re-written as $\displaystyle 2 log_2 x + 3 log_2 y = -7$. Now let $\displaystyle a = log_2 x$ and $\displaystyle b = log_2 y$ in each of the two equations. Solve for a and b simultaneously. Then x = 2^a and y = 2^b.
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