# Trigonometry

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Every point (x,y) on the curve y=log(3x)/log2 is transferred to a new point by the following translation (x′,y′)=(x−m,y−n), where m and n are integers. The set of (x′,y′) form the curve y=log(12x−96)/log2. What is the value of m+n?

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that is log base 2 which i expressed in base 10

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since log(12x-96)
= log(12*(x-8))
= log12 + log(x-8)
the translation is (8,log12)
using logs base 2

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can you please explain what this question means

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Why are you asking Brilliant questions here. The answers will be posted here next week.

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