Solving a Logarithmic Equation with Multiple Logs - Problem 4
One strategy for solving equations with multiple logs is to get them on the same side of the equation and combine them into one single log. From there, if you have log x=log y, then x = y and you can solve. Don't forget to check for extraneous solutions: whatever you put into a log function must be greater than zero!
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