Posted by Anna on Monday, December 13, 2010 at 7:49pm.
How do I start to solve -2log8(x+1) = -8?
I think -2log8(x+1) is log8^(x+1)to the 2nd but then what do I do because then I think I should do log-8/log8 = x+1)^2 but that doesn't work at all
Thank you for any help you can give
Algebra-Could Mathmate or Reiny or Dr. Bob look at this if you have time - Anna, Monday, December 13, 2010 at 8:52pm
Please give me some direction for the above problem
Algebra - Reiny, Monday, December 13, 2010 at 9:45pm
-2log8(x+1) = -8
first of all, multiply be -2
log8(x+1) = 4
log8(x+1)^2 = 8
(x+1) = 8^4
x = 4095
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