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Solve the logarithmic equation. log 4 x=log 3 + log(x+3)

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use this log rule to first simplify the right-hand-side:\[\log(a)+\log(b)=\log(ab)\]
log(3)+log(4x)=log(x+3)??
where did you get that from?

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use the rule I gave to first simplify this:\[\log 3 + \log(x+3)\]
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okk
use as she says
log 4x/3
what do I do after that?
http://www.sosmath.com/algebra/logs/log4/log44/log44.html
first learn rules
what do you get after using the rule for this expression?\[\log 3 + \log(x+3)\]
@3kgtlife do you understand?
Im trying hold up
I am lost
do you know the various rules for logs?
no
Then I suggest you first learn about them (using the link posted by ksaimouli above) and then come back to do this problem.
alright thanks
yw :)
use log rules: log(a) + log(b) = log(a*b) 10^log(a)=a

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