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posted by Anonymous .
logarithms
solve for x
5^(x1) = 9

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bobpursley
take the log base 5 of each side
x1=log5 9=log10 9 /( log10 5)
http://www.sosmath.com/algebra/logs/log4/log43/log43.html 
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Anonymous
?
can i do
x1= log9/log6
x=(log9/log5) + 1 ?
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