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Solve the equation

log x^{4}- log x^{3}= log 3x - log 2x

I know the laws of logs and I cleared all the other log questions in seconds but I cant figure this one out

2. Relevant equations

I know that logxis the same as^{4}- log x^{3}log x^{4}/x^{3}

but what I was wondering is if I can use the laws of indices here and substract 3 from the 4 leaving me with log x

3. The attempt at a solution

Im completely stuck on this one

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# Homework Help: Short yet confusing log equation

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