Originally Posted by
mike_302 So the log functions given are y=3(5^(2x)) and y=6(4^(3x)) .
We are asked to find their point of intersection. To do this, I set each one to equal the other, 3(5^(2x))=6(4^(3x)) , and solve to find the x-value that the two meet at, then I'll sub that in later to find the y-value....
But how do I solve this: 3(5^(2x))=6(4^(3x)) ....... I can't seem to figure that one out. We are doing logarithmic equations practice... We know the product, quotient and power laws of logs.
Thanks!