# SOLUTION: Solve the equation with a graphing calculator.Round to the nearest thousands. log2(x+3)=2x+1 Use change of base formula

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 Click here to see ALL problems on logarithm Question 445257: Solve the equation with a graphing calculator.Round to the nearest thousands. log2(x+3)=2x+1 Use change of base formulaAnswer by stanbon(57214)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Solve the equation with a graphing calculator.Round to the nearest thousands. log2(x+3)=2x+1 Use change of base formula ---------------------- [log(x+3)/log(2)] = (2x+1) ------ Using your calculator: Let the left side of the equation be Y1. Let the right side of the equation be Y2 ---- ---- Find the intersection of the 2 graphs to find "x": I get x = 0.378108 ============== Cheers, Stan H.