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    Hello I'm a newbie. I need help with my homework. I have ADD bad. I don't understand this section Could someone please show how to work these problems?

    In eX 97-102., use the zero or rooot feature or the zooom and trace features of a graphing utility to approximate the solution of the logarithmic equation accurate to three decimal places.

    99. logbase3 x+logbase3 (x-3)=1
    Last edited by mr fantastic; April 22nd 2009 at 10:11 PM. Reason: Distributing questions from another thread
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