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Question 695025
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how would you solve
log2^(x-2)+ log2(x-3)=1
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log 2/8^+log 2^-2=1
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how would you solve
log2^(x-2)+ log2(x-3)=1
(x - 1)(x - 4) = 0
x = 1 (ignore as the log of a number CANNOT be negative)
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