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Log74x = Log7 1/x-6 +1

Thanks =)
2. I started by moving Log71/x-6 to the left to get

Log74x-Log71/x-6 =1

then I got stuck.
3. (Original post by Hi, How are you ?)

Log74x = Log7 1/x-6 +1

Thanks =)
Is that

?

If so, get all the logs together using the fact that, for any base,

4. (Original post by Indeterminate)
Is that

?

If so, get all the logs together using the fact that, for any base,

yeah,

So it means that Log7 4x/1/x-6 =1
5. (Original post by Hi, How are you ?)
yeah,

So it means that Log7 4x/1/x-6 =1
Well, yes, but you can get rid of the double fraction by multiplying top and bottom by x-6.

Now, note that

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