I'm having difficulties solving the following equation: (logx)+1 = log(x+1) Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Sodapop I'm having difficulties solving the following equation: (logx)+1 = log(x+1) Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. note that you have: now recall: and
Originally Posted by Jhevon note that you have: now recall: and Hmm, then... Oh, awesome. Thanks, I simply haven't thought about transforming the log into a form. You're the best.
Originally Posted by Sodapop Hmm, then... Oh, awesome. Thanks, I simply haven't thought about transforming the log into a form. You're the best. yup, that's it. good job
Hey there Sodapop I would've made into assuming we are in base ten. then using the rule for addition of logs we get, removing the log from both sides we get and thus getting More than one way to skin a cat! Sorry to all those cat lovers....
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