Hey I dont understand what the question is asking, do i sub the fraction into the log10(x)=a, the x part... ? above attached thanks alot
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Hi smmmc! Originally Posted by smmmc Hey I dont understand what the question is asking, do i sub the fraction into the log10(x)=a, the x part... ? above attached thanks alot You have to use the logarithm-rules, i.e. and and Now lets see. Just using the rules leads to Do you see which rule I used in each step? Did you understand everything? well, you know how to calculate it, right? Regards Rapha
You are being asked to apply the rules: , and . Apply these rules to the given expression, make the substitutions they give you, and simplify where necessary. EDIT: Too slow!
Last edited by AlephZero; July 18th 2009 at 09:14 PM. Reason: EDIT: Too slow!
Originally Posted by smmmc Hey I dont understand what the question is asking, do i sub the fraction into the log10(x)=a, the x part... ? above attached thanks alot Bring down all the exponents and........ can you substitute and simplify?
I would first rewrite the fraction as a sum/difference of logs: Can you take it from here? 01 EDIT: Ack, beaten to it by three posters!
Hey thank you all ! Thanks for providing me hints and directing me to the right way
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