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posted by Coug .
Solve the equation. (the 6s are supposed to be subscripted, but I can't type subscripts)
Problem: log6 7  log6 x = 4
Choose one answer.
a. 7/24
b. 7/1296
c. 7/4
d. 1296/7
I am so lost, can you please help me understand this? I need to know how to do this, so please don't just give me the answerexplainthanks in advance.

You will have to know the basic rules of logs
log(A/B) = logA  logB comes into play here
log6 7  log6 x = 4
log_{6} (7/x) = 4
by definition of logs
6^4 = 7/x
1296 = 7/x
x = 7/1296
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