It's funny because I've never had any problems with Math until I got to Pure Math 30. Now I feel like an idiot and have incredible urges to scream at my book as if it were listening. Please help me out here.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The graphs of y=log(base3)(x-1) +1 and y=log(base3)(2x +1) intersect at a point. An equation that could be used to find this point of intersections is...

Multiple Choice follows the Q. But, that's not what matters. I need some help on how to figure such a question out. I wish I could show some of my work to prove I've tried, but that's the thing - I'm blank right now. I don't know where to begin. I'd imagine one would combine the equations first like this...

y = log(base3)(x-1) + log(base3)(2x +1)

...and then work from there. Erghhh... take deep breaths... that's what I keep telling myself...

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# Intersect From Two Logarithmic Functions

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