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    Logarithmic inequality?

    Find the set of values of k for which any solution of the inequality \frac{\log_{2}(x^2 - 5x + 6)}{\log_{2}(2x)}< 1 is also a solution of the inequality x^2 - 7kx + 2k - 6\leq0
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    try using the change of base formula to solve for values that make the inequality an equivalence.

    and then relate those values to the second equation
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