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# How do I solve log-9(x-5) +log-9(x+3)=1?

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• How do I solve log-9(x-5) +log-9(x+3)=1?

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I'm still stuck... So I multiply x/3 by 15... and the separate three?? and the x/5 as well as the 5???? I'm sorry I'm so handicapped
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See, the solution is: log_9(x-5)+log_9(x+3)=1 =>log_9{(x-5)(x+3)}=1. [log a + log b = log ab][irrespective of the base] => x^2 -2x -15 =9 [ on expanding ...
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Solve. |x-1/5|= 3. 1/16/2013 ... to solve: x-1/5=3. x-1/5=-3. and then solve each one to ... equation and get x=3 1/5. For the second, do the same thing ...
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