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?