# A Log Questions for ya

1. Dec 10, 2005

### MajikWaffle

2. Dec 11, 2005

### Tide

Not too tricky - it's just the Golden Ratio.

3. Dec 11, 2005

### JasonRox

A nice little question.

I'll give a hint.

9*16=144

12*12=144

4. Dec 12, 2005

### MajikWaffle

Yar, still can't get it. Answer anybody

5. Dec 13, 2005

### Tide

The answer is in #2 above.

6. Dec 10, 2010

### Avodyne

The problem is to find $a/b$ given
$$\log_9 a = \log_{12}b = \log_{16}(a+b)$$

Let $$x = \log_9 a = \log_{12}b = \log_{16}(a+b)$$. Then

$$a=9^x,~~~b=12^x,~~~a+b=16^x$$

Now, compare $a(a+b)$ with $b^2$.

7. Dec 10, 2010

### Staff: Mentor

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