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what would x be is 3logx=6

 

\(_3 log\ x=6\)

 

\(x=3^6\\ \\x=729\)

 

laugh  !  Sorry, I wanted to answer the previous question.

asinus  Apr 12, 2017
edited by asinus  Apr 12, 2017
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what would x be is 3logx=6

 

\(x=3^6\\ \\x=729\)

asinus  Apr 12, 2017
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Hi asinus, :))

 

3logx=6

 

\(3logx=6\\ logx=6/3\\ logx=2\\ 10^{logx}=10^2\\ x=10^2\\ x=100\\\)

 

BUT if you mean this  --- which is asinus's interpretation, then his answer is perfect :)

 

\(log_3x=6\\ then\\ 3^{log_3x}=3^6\\ x=3^6\\ x=729\)

Melody  Apr 12, 2017
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3log x  = 6      divide both sides by 3

 

log x  = 2    expoentially we have

 

10^2   =  x   =   100

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Apr 12, 2017

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