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Logaritms help!
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Logaritms help!
ecot0000
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Leaving Cert Mathematics
— 29/11/16
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Could someone please solve this log equation please? Much appreciated! log5(x+1) + log4(x+1) = 3
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Rdonegan
— 29/11/16
if you insert x=8.34 into your calculator for this problem it will give you a result of 2.999963804
Rdonegan
— 29/11/16
if the bases are not given. Then normally they can both be taken to the base 10, common log. log 5(x+1)* 4(x+1) = 3 20 (x+1)sq = 10 cubed x = 50sqroot  1 x equal very close to 6
flashgut
— 29/11/16
U spelled LOGARITHM WRONG..... Hope that helps
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