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    [SOLVED] Inequality

    Find the range of values for x such that 3(4^x) + 2(9^x) < 5(6^x)


    I know that the solution is 0<x<1 but I have found this using trial and error. How do I show it algebraicly? Tried using logs and got horribly confused!



    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by Al-42; April 29th 2009 at 11:44 PM. Reason: Formatting of indices did not copy correctly
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    Never mind, managed to solve it now
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