# pre calculus

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solve the equation. give an exact solution, and also an approximate solution to four decimal places.

2^(9x-7)=7

My first step was to change it to
log(base 2) 7 = 9x-7
i got 1.0897
Did i do something wrong or did i miss one question?

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