4/243Log(3x-2)-4/243log(3x+2)
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Originally Posted by aa751 4/243Log(3x-2)-4/243log(3x-2) Are my eyes playing tricks on me? If so the answer is 0. What base is the log here? If you want to use ln you can use the change of base formula. It is
OH am sorry slides, It is my eyes that isnt working it actually looks like this 4/243Log(3x-2)-4/243log(3x+2)
Maybe start by taking out a common factor here Depending on what you want to do next you can now use the change of base formula mentioned in post #2. What base is your logarithm?
I am not sure =//// I do not really know All i know is that the question wants me to convert that into Ln of f(x)/g(x) I am not sure about the base but I think its 10 It is prolly to the base of 10, that makes most sense right now
THe log is to the base 10
Ahh thanks man you are my hero , you saved me
Originally Posted by aa751 (4/243)Log(3x-2)-(4/243)log(3x+2) Base of Log= 10 the answer should look like something like this Ln(g(x)/h(x)) difference property of logs ... change of base ...
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