http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/793 for full video. This lesson will teach you how to solve an equation with logs in it. To do this, you'll learn to use the properties of logs to combine all logs on one side of the equation. Once this is done, you'll convert the equation back to an exponential equation. Example problems you will work through in this lesson include log (base 2) x + log (base 2) (x-3) = 2 and ln x = 1/2* ln (2x+5/2)*x+ 1/2 ln 2 Taught by Professor Edward Burger, this lesson was selected from a broader, comprehensive Algebra course.
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