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What is the solution to the equation log4 x – log4 2 = 3 ?

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Use The Property LogX-LogY=Log(X/y)
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try to use this formula: \[\log_{4}A-\log_{4}B=\log_{4}\frac{A}{B} \]
x/2?
1/2
can u start it and i finish
ok,so using that formula,tell me whats \[\log_{4}x-\log_{4}2 =? \]
log4 x/2?
yup :) now lets go ahead...
so now what do u do
if \[\log_{x}y=z \] then \[x^{z}=y\]
here u have \[\log_{4}(x/2)=3 \] so what do u get from this?
idk
do u multpy something or what
eyad help please
Change it To exponential .... 4^3=x/2 64=x/2 =====> multiply by 2 x=128
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oh ok thnx so much now i understand
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