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Solve the equation log2x + log4x= 5. To start, should I change this to an exponential... I am stuck because I have only done log questions that have the same base.
What do you mean by "log2x+ log4x= 5"? I would interpret that as log(2x)+ log(4x)= 5 so log(6x)= 5 which is easy. If you mean "log_2(x)+ log_4(x)= 5" then use Dick's hint.Solve the equation log2x + log4x= 5. To start, should I change this to an exponential... I am stuck because I have only done log questions that have the same base.
Convert them to the same base log_a(x)=log_b(x)/log_b(a).