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Give an example of a logarithmic equation that cannot be solved and explain why it cannot be solved.

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work backwards
You know that we cannot take the log of a negative number, so
let x = -5
2x = x-5

take log of both sides

log 2x = log ( x-5)

now try to solve it

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Ahh I see thx

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