−4log2(n)−23=−19

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−4log2(n)−23=−19

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first, add 23 to both sides
(-4) -4log 2 (n)=42 (-4)
oops not 42 but 4

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(-4) -4log 2 (n)=4 (-4)
what are the (-4)'s doing? you don't need them
-4log 2 (n)=4
sorry i thought you multiple both sides
Good, now divide both sides by -4
how do you know how to divide vs multiple?
log 2 (n)=-1
well the left hand side has \[\color{blue}{-4}\log_2 (n)=4\] to get red of this on the left hand side, we need to apply inverse operation i.e. we need to divide by \(\color{blue}{-4}\)
to get rid*
this is like when we had \[−4\log_2(n)+{\color{orange}{-23}}=−19\], so we added \(\color{orange}{23}\) to both sides (the inverse operation)
ohh ok
\[\frac1{\color{blue}{-4}}\times\color{blue}{-4}\log_2 (n)=\frac1{\color{blue}{-4}}\times4\]
which simplifies to . . . .
log 2 n = -1
correct! now apply the definition of a log
n = .5?
i entered that and its says it wrong
wait nvm
ok, well thanks so much!
check solution by plugging them back into the original equation \[−4\log_2(0.5)-23=-19\\−4\log_2(2^{-1})-23=-19\\ -4\times-1-23=-19\\ 4-23 = -19\\ -19=-19\] True!

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