solve for x: log(1-x) - log(8+x) = 1
I got this so far: (1-x/8+x) = 10
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multiply both sides by (8+x) and post what you get.
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yup, it is catastrophically wrong.
ok im retarded maybe its the caffeine buz
please explain why u have to multiply by 8+x on both. why not 1-x on both?
always be clear in what you are writing. use brackets to make your meaning clear.
it is (1-x)/(8+x) = 10
multiply by (8+x) on both sides
(1-x)*(8+x)/(8+x) = 80+10x
the (8+x) cancels out in the numerator and denomiator on the left hand side, leaving
1-x = 80+10x.
I trust you can take it from there?
you multiply by 8+x since you want to cancel it out from the denominator.