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    Inverse of Logarithm

    First of all I'd like to start off by saying I hate math textbooks they hardly ever help. And now that that is out of the way...

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    I need help getting the inverse of:

    P.S. Ever think about adding super/subscript bbcode tags?

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    Never mind I solved it it came out to y=x/2
    Last edited by ParadoxKing; March 28th 2008 at 09:09 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParadoxKing View Post
    First of all I'd like to start off by saying I hate math textbooks they hardly ever help. And now that that is out of the way...
    Sorry to hear this. It might help to reread stuff a few times and if that does not clear things up, ask one of your teachers for help. They are mostly human.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParadoxKing View Post
    I need help getting the inverse of:
    If you mean that:

    y=log_7(49^x)
    then you have:
    y=2x

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    P.S. Ever think about adding super/subscript bbcode tags?
    Ever considered using latex?

    Quote Originally Posted by ParadoxKing View Post
    Never mind I solved it it came out to y=x/2
    Consider my previous remark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParadoxKing View Post
    First of all I'd like to start off by saying I hate math textbooks they hardly ever help. And now that that is out of the way...

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    I need help getting the inverse of:

    P.S. Ever think about adding super/subscript bbcode tags?

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    Never mind I solved it it came out to y=x/2
    As coomast mentioned, it is y=2x, and we have LaTeX to write our math. I advise taking a look around MHF or a library before criticizing either. Welcome to MHF where you will get the fastest responses on the net for your math questions!
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