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How to solve: 2log(x-1) = 2+log100

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Shift log 100 to the left first:
@Cutiepo0 okay means you're doing it, right?

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yep I did that. I also shifted the 2 to a an exponent position on the (x-1) and then used exponent division law to divide x-1 by 100
the two from 2log(x-1)
because it didn't work... past there at least :/
okay so I did all that, and then I tried making the =2 and = log10+log10
does that make sense?
just do step by step as I instruct you!
okay! go ahead lol :D
where is log 1000 from? if you meant log 100 , I moved it over already
Show HERE!
okay let me mentally erase everything. OKay, moving over log100
H..mmm What takes you so long to move just a number?!?
okay. so what next?

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