can someone help me with this one? 4^3p*4^2p-1=100 the answer is .8644 thanks!! i need someone to show me to break it down step by step. i did 4^3p*4^2p-1 =4^5p-1 is that right or would it be=16^5p-1?
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Hello Evandmal07 Originally Posted by Evandmal07 can someone help me with this one? 4^3p*4^2p-1=100 the answer is .8644 thanks!! i need someone to show me to break it down step by step. i did 4^3p*4^2p-1 =4^5p-1 is that right or would it be=16^5p-1? You were right first time: . The key to solving this type of problem is the log formula: So if you now take logs of both sides (base 10 is easiest): (to 4 d.p.) Grandad
thank you so much now i see!!! i just didnt realize that i needed to convert that log100 to 2 but i see that that makes sense!! wow thanks so much!!!
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