Hi, I'm unsure of how to approach this. Solve the simultaneous equations:
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This log base e? You got it from here?
Assume that is base ten. The first equation becomes . The we have from the second so . Thus we get Can you solve that?
Originally Posted by pickslides This log base e? You got it from here? Base 10. I've tried:
Originally Posted by Plato The we have from the second so . I got it now. so Replacing with
Last edited by Hellbent; Nov 28th 2010 at 06:47 PM.
Originally Posted by Hellbent I don't get it. Now there is a true and honest statement.
Originally Posted by Plato Now there is a true and honest statement. That doesn't help.
Well ,my working was base e. So with base 10
Substituting x in
Originally Posted by Plato Assume that is base ten. The first equation becomes . The we have from the second so . Thus we get Can you solve that?
Hello, Hellbent! Another approach . . . From [1]: . We have: . Substitute into [2]: . Sustitute into [2]: .
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