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 Post subject: Log Problem Help!Posted: Tue, 27 May 2003 23:20:12 UTC
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Please show all steps thank you!

If log (base"2n") 1944 = log (base"n") 486(2)^(1/2)

determine the value of n^6.

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 Post subject: Posted: Wed, 28 May 2003 01:28:42 UTC
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albertgates wrote:
Please show all steps thank you!

If log (base"2n") 1944 = log (base"n") 486(2)^(1/2)

determine the value of n^6.

Now sure what you mean by the 486(2)^(1/2) there

Did you mean

Let

Then

Of course, since I didn't understand your question, then my result is probably not what you wanted.

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