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If logx/(y-z)=logy/(z-x)=logz/(x-y), then prove that x+y+z=xyz-2

If logx/(y-z)=logy/(z-x)=logz/(x-y), then prove that x+y+z=xyz-2

Grade:10

1 Answers

Harshit Singh
askIITians Faculty 5901 Points
23 days ago
Dear Student

There is some error in question as I am getting value of xyz as 1 which is 100% correct and after that when i manipulated it for given statement , I got the sum of exponential terms as negative which is not possible.
Please recheck the question and get back to us

Thanks

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