Posted by **JaneLee** on Friday, April 18, 2008 at 1:11pm.

Can someone please explain to me how to solve logarithmic equations? Some examples are: -5=log2X

3^5x+1= 40 and log6X+(log6)7=(log6)35

I hope that makes sense because logs are hard to type.

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