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Log problemby Martin Zhao
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Apr1514, 06:53 PM

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Who may help me with this question? Thanks. Log10(x)^log10(log10X)=10000



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Apr1514, 06:59 PM

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What question? Do you need to solve for x? x and X are representing the same thing? If so, why aren't they the same symbol?



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Apr1514, 07:07 PM

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We need to solve for x. all the x are the same thing.



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Apr1514, 07:43 PM

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Log problem
I have closed this thread, as it was posted in the wrong forum section. Please start a new thread in the Homework & Coursework section, under Precalculus. Be sure to include what you've tried.
Also, your notation is confusing in places. log10 means log, base 10 (or log_{10}). What you have written as log10X probably means log_{10}(x), but it's possible you meant log(10x), with log understood to mean log base 10. 


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