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```
logbase4(x-1)=logbase2(x-3) have how many sloutions

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7 years ago

```							logbase4(x-1)=logbase2(x-3)
x-3=(x-1)^2
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7 years ago
```							1/2log(x-1) = log(x-3)    " here now both sides of equations has same base that is 2"
log (x-1)1/2 =log (x-3)   "now we can eliminate the log on both side because they have same base "
(x-1)1/2       =(x-3)
x-1= (x-3)2
x2-7x+10=0
therefore x=2,5
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7 years ago
```							THIS EQUATION WILL HAVE 2 REAL AND DISTINCT SOLUTIONS
log4(x-1)= log2(x-3)
ON SOLVING   [log(x-1)/log4] = [ log(x-3)/log2]
[log(x-1)/2log2] = [log(x-3)/log2]
CANCELLING LOG2 BOTH SIDES WE GET
log(x-1)= 2 log (x-3)
log(x-1) = log(x-3)2
TAKING ANTILOGS BOTH SIDES WE GET
(x-1)=(x-3)2
ON SOLVING THE QUADRATIC IN x YOU WILL GET TWO REAL AND DISTINCT VALUES WHICH IS 5,2
HOPE THIS HELPS
PLZ DO APPROVE THE ANSWER IF YOU LIKE IT

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7 years ago
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