How to get d in terms of A and B I'm trying to get d in terms of A and B having the next equations: 0=A+B∗log_2(d) 6=A+B∗log_2(d/2) EDIT How about A in terms of B and d? And B in terms of A and d?

Angel Kline 2022-10-28 Answered
How to get d in terms of A and B
I'm trying to get d in terms of A and B having the next equations:
0 = A + B log 2 ( d )
6 = A + B log 2 ( d 2 )
EDIT
How about A in terms of B and d? And B in terms of A and d?
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indyterpep
Answered 2022-10-29 Author has 12 answers
Hint.
log 2 ( d 2 ) = log 2 d log 2 2 = log 2 d 1
Incidentally, a common abbreviation for log 2 x is lg x
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Kevin Charles
Answered 2022-10-30 Author has 4 answers
The first equation gives you directly
d = 2 A B
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