1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data -log5(cos(x)) = -1/2 How many answers are there in the interval [0,2pi) 3. The attempt at a solution 5^-1/2 = cos(x) 1/sq rt 5 = cos(x) sq rt 5/5 = cos(x) 0.447 = cos(x) x = 63.43 Basically, I have no clue how to find the number of answers in the interval ; ( I think I have missed this question or a variation of it like 12 times now ; /.. Things I have tried that work sometimes ( good guessing... Unfortunately when I tried applying it to a new problem it didnt work) is seeing how many times 63 went into 180, simply assuming its two as 180-63, then seeing how many times it went into 360 but this was not even an answer choice so idk... If the answer is 4 I will have to cry.