I Need Help With Solving Logarithmic Equations That Have Fractions

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I Need Help With Solving Logarithmic Equations That Have Fractions

I need help with solving logarithmic equations that have fractions, such as:
log8 n=4/3

March 11, 2009, 1:01 pm by Guest

I need help with my intermediate algebra problems

March 16, 2009, 2:29 pm by Guest

I can not know exactly what do you want to solve. Did you mean to solve for "n" ? If so I can show you that :
Log (8n) = 4/3
(8n) = 10 ^ (4/3)
n = [10 ^ (4/3) ] / 8
This is the answer, you can use calculator to find the shorter answer. Good luck!

March 29, 2009, 7:20 pm by Honest_denver09

If x = by, then y = logb (x).
So in your problem log8n = 4/3, x is n, b = 8 and y = 4/3.
So n = 8(4/3)
n = 2(3*4/3)
n = 24 = 16

June 19, 2009, 12:58 am by Guest

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