Logarithmic equation, missed lecture this day. I just need to know how you go about solving these problems. Thank you so much! ln(x+5)+ln(x−5)=0
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Originally Posted by thebristolsound Logarithmic equation, missed lecture this day. I just need to know how you go about solving these problems. Thank you so much! ln(x+5)+ln(x−5)=0
so from (x+5)(x-5) would I then make the other side e^0 giving me 1? Does (x+5)(x-5) become x^2-25?
Originally Posted by thebristolsound so from (x+5)(x-5) would I then make the other side e^0 giving me 1? Does (x+5)(x-5) become x^2-25? Yes and Yes (it's the difference of two squares) so you get . As 26 is 2*13 it will no break down to be simpler than
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