how exactly do i do this? i keep getting stumped im sorry. i put the image up on photobucket
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Originally Posted by Minieke how exactly do i do this? i keep getting stumped Do what? I can't log in on the link
New image for people who couldn't see it.
Originally Posted by Minieke New image for people who couldn't see it. what does this numerical quotient have to do with logarithms?
the problem has to be evaluated by using logs
maybe the x in italics are multiplication symbols and logarithm will be used to simplify the expression
Can you further explain the problem please? Directions, other info, etc.
Originally Posted by eXist Can you further explain the problem please? Directions, other info, etc. i did, the only directions are to solve by using logs
then let y = , Then, log y = (1/3)log(24-34) + log(201.7) - (1/3)log(3.67)-(1/2)log (16.72) y = antilog[(1/3)log(24-34)+log(201.7)-(1/3)log(3.67)-(1/2)log(16.72)]; BUT, this alone should bother you: (1/3)log(24-34)
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