Here is a quetion I couldn't solve. Let loga (x) = c and logb (x) = d. Find the general statement that expresses logab (x), in terms of c and d. I would appreciate your help, thanks a lot, Amine
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loga (x) = c logb (x) = d logab (x) = ? a^c = x and b^d = x a = x ^ (1/c) and b = x ^ (1/d) ab = x^ 1/c x ^ 1/d = x ^ (d+c/cd) logab (x) = d+c / cd humm i might have flipped something
Hello, rubix! Ya done good! I'll put it in LaTex . . . Multiply [1] and [2]: . Therefore: . Good work!
thnx for conforming Soroban...and thnx for nice well formatted answe. cheers.
Thanks a lot for your help!
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