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Solve 3^x=15 by taking the common logarithm of both sides.

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I didn't do any work, honestly.
Oops. Didn't type question right. Darn eye.
I've seen it today :| Take log for both sides. log (3^x) = log 15 xlog3 = log 15 x = log 15 / (log 3)

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Solve 3^x=15 by taking the common logarithm (base 10) of both sides.
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What's the difference between natural and common logarithms? I think people may have applied the incorrect technique into my previous 2 questions.

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