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Mark44

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You're starting with an equation, so each step should be a new equation.

x

log(x

(log x)(log x) = log 100 + log x

Continue from there. You should end up with a value of x that is correct to three significant digits.

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Hi mark

why we said log 100 + log x ?

why + log x ?????

why we said log 100 + log x ?

why + log x ?????

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Because

[tex]

\log(ab) = \log(a) + \log(b)

[/tex]

[tex]

\log(ab) = \log(a) + \log(b)

[/tex]

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thanks >>

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Also, there is no In operation. This is Ln, and stands for natural

BTW, you might get quicker help if you posted the problem and your work rather than posting a scanned copy of your work. Speaking for myself, it's much easier when I can write my response while looking at the work, rather than having to have two windows open and jump back and forth between them.

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