I have a log question;
log 9 x = log 5 (base9) + log 6 (base9) - log 6 (base9)
I have understood it to this point;
log 9 x = log 9 {30/3}
log 9 x = log 9 (10)
I now require to get the "x" on its own, am I going in the right direction from this point as follows;
x = log 9 (10) = log 9^10 = 1000 000 000
I am not to sure what to do with the two log 9's but I require to find the value of "x", am I approaching this correctly?
What rot. Did you take the time to check the veracity of what you were "told"? 15 minutes (less time than has been spent on this thread since post #8) is all it takes to learn how to do most of what you need to do: http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-help/f47/