Algebra II
posted by Lucy .
Solve, round to four decimal places if necessary:
log4(x9)=2
Answer:
x9=4^2
x9=16
x=11
log4(z)+log4(z3)=1
Answer:
z+z3=1
2z=4
z=2
Thanks for checking my work.
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