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Unformatted text preview: A. Make sure all log terms are on one side of the equation with nonlog terms on the other side. B. Use the properties of logarithms to write all sums and differences as a single logarithm. C. Write the logarithmic equation as an equivalent exponential equation. ( log b M = c ↔ M = b c ) D. Solve for x. E. Check the proposed solutions in the original equation. 7. 4 ) 1 x ( log 2 =+ 8. 2 ) 6 x ( log ) x ( log 4 4 =+ Solving logarithmic equations with log terms with the same base on both sides of the equation: A. Use the properties of logarithms to write each side as a single logarithm. B. Set the arguments equal to each other. (log b M = log b N ↔ M = N) C. Solve for x. D. Check the proposed solutions in the original equation. 9. ) 15 ( ln ) 6 x ( ln 2 = + 10. ) 2 ( log ) 5 ( log ) x ( log 3 3 3 =...
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 Fall '12
 LisaJuliano
 Math, Equations, Exponents, Derivative, Exponentiation, Natural logarithm, Logarithm, Daryl Rupp

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