why r u doing this???
isnt log x=log7 +log2
use log a + log b= log ab
and find the answer
What is the next step in solving this (using this method)? But there is another way which involves using the log laws (which I know how to do).
I believe the next step involves dividing the bases of the exponents, since the exponents are subtracted.
Do it with the laws of logarithms, you will get the answer straight unless you have a special purpose.
lox x - 1/3 log 8 = log 7
log x - log(8)^(1/3 ) = log 7
log x - log 2 = log 7
log ( x/2) = log 7 that will give x = 14