algebra 2

log(base 2) (x=2)= log(base 2)x squared

asked by shawn
  1. opps its log(base2) (x+2)= log(base2) x squared

    posted by shawn
  2. "antilog" both sides to get

    x+2 = x^2
    x^2 - x - 2 = 0

    can you take it from here?

    posted by Reiny
  3. whats the up arrow thingy mean?

    posted by shawn
  4. nevermind i got it yea thank you
    i can do it

    posted by shawn

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