Posted by **lt** on Monday, March 16, 2009 at 8:47pm.

How do I solve:

log6 (x^2-5x) = 1

1/2log5(r-2)-log5 r)

log2 (x-1/x^8)

I really don't know how to do these or even start

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- Math - The problem I have to solve is log with base 2 ^6 multiply by log base 6...
- Algebra 2 - Express as a logarithm of a single number or expression: 1. 5log4^p+...
- Logarithmic Algebra - let log2=a, log3=b, and log5=c. express the indicated ...
- Maths - Solve for x: log5(x-2)+ log5 (x-4) = log6(x-1)
- algebra - Solve for x 1. log5 X=3 2. Log2 16-log2 =x 3. Log9 6561=x
- Math - Solve: Log5(x-2) + log8(x-4)= log6(x-1)
- Algebra II - Log6(6^9)=??? Answer: 9 Ine^-3x=??? Answer: -3x Use log5(2) = 0....
- maths - i will be greatful to you if you help in solving the below problems: 1.)...
- Please help me!!!! maths - Solve for x: log5(x-2)+log8(x-4) = log6(x-1). I do ...
- Urgent math - i need help with these two homework problems Use the Laws of ...

More Related Questions