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example please

\[3^ (x+1) = 6^x\]

wait thats wrong what i posted

\[3^{x+1}=6^x\]

its 3 ^ (x+1) = 6^x

yes that

has nothing to do with logs.

oops i lied excuse me

yes it does you have to multiply each side by a log...huh?

no you do not 'multiply' by the log
you 'take the log'

you can choose any base you like, but I will use \[log_e\] which is written \[ln\]

thats what i mean...im so confused

take the log of both sides to get
\[ln(3^{x+1})=ln(6^x)\]

then what? log and what base? dont u mean log3 (log base 3 i mean)

ok what do i do after (x+1) log (3) = x log 6

both sides...
6=3*2, so you can present log3 (3*2)= 1+log3(2) (log3 - log with base of 3)

ahhh too many people are helping me im so confused

the same as in ln... you'll have ln or log in answer