5(10^x−6)=7

Kye 2021-08-15 Answered
5(10x6)=7
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Answered 2021-08-16 Author has 90 answers
We are given: 5(10x6)=7
Divide both sides by 5: 10x6=1.4
Take the (common) logarithm of both sides: log10x6=log1.4
Recall that logbbx=x and since the common logarithm is base 10, we write: x6=log1.4
Add 6 to both sides: x=6+log1.46.146
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