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7log[2](3)/2xlog[2](4)

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  1. 142343
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    this is not easy

  2. 142343
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    \[\log2(3 7/2*4^x) \]is this correct

  3. Kreshnik
    • 4 years ago
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    rewrite your question with latex ( if you can.) ... I'll try to guess :F is it like: \[\LARGE {7\log_2(3) \over 2x\log_2(4)}\] ?

  4. 142343
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    thanks give me a min

  5. 142343
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    174.6731

  6. 142343
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    this what i got

  7. Kreshnik
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    @142343 Is this what your asking for? \[\LARGE {7\log_2(3)\over 2x\log_2(4)}\] ?

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    yea

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    i got it now thanks

  10. Kreshnik
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    ahh.. anyway .. :)

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