Posted by **anonymous** on Wednesday, January 9, 2013 at 12:05pm.

solve the equation

log2(x+4)-log4x=2

the 2 and 4 are lower than the g

This is what I got:

log2(x+4)+log2(4^x)=2

log2((x+4)*4^x)=2

4^x(x+4)=4

x=0 is a solution???

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