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Ties into my previous 2 questions: What do you conclude? http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4fa76dd6e4b029e9dc3864f0 http://openstudy.com/users/istim#/updates/4fa75059e4b029e9dc384ace

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  1. Andresfon12
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    why did u ask the question 2 time?

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  2. FoolForMath
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    That you are spamming.

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  3. Andresfon12
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    i agree with him is spamming

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  4. IsTim
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    I'm not spamming actually. These questions are for part A and part B. I'm on part C now.

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  5. FoolForMath
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    Really ? That look copy paste to me.

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  6. IsTim
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    Sorry if it looked that way. I was satisfied with the answers given there. The answer given in my textbook is too simplified for me to actually fully understand what is going on.

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    The question is actually "What do you conclude"... p.265 of McGraw-Hill Ryerson's Calculus and Vectors 12. Question #10c).

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  8. FoolForMath
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    \[3^x = 15 \implies x = \log_3 15 \]

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  9. IsTim
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    They want a worded answer. I said that they were the same.

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  10. FoolForMath
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    What were the same?

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  11. IsTim
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    Wait. I was suppose to use different methods in the previous questions.

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  12. IsTim
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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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  13. Andresfon12
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    now that make senese by u poster 2 thing that are the same problem

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  14. FoolForMath
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    LordHades and Callisto's answers were correct.

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  15. IsTim
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    Not the answer. The method used for those specific common and natural log questions.

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    Wait. I guess my initial guess was right, isn't it?

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