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How do you solve #1.6= log(4x)#?
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The easiest thing to do is to graph it. To get a "closed" form solution will require the Product Log function. Thanks, I will look at the product log function stuff. Note that the above is equivalent to [itex]x=\log x + c[/itex]
To solve a logarithmic equations use the esxponents rules to isolate logarithmic expressions with the same base. Set the arguments equal to each other, solve the equation and check your answer
(change of base)
I found: x=9.9526 for the log in base 10. Explanation: It depends upon the base, b, of your log: 1.6=log_b(4x) normally b would be 10 because it can be easily evaluated using a pocket calculator; if your base is different
1. To solve a logarithmic equation, rewrite the equation in exponential form and solve for the variable. Example 1: Solve for x in the equation Ln(x)=8