Problem

Solve the following logarithmic equations.
$1.$ $log _{3}x=5$
$2$ $log4\left(x+1\right)$ $=2$
$3$ $lnx^{2}=ln9$
$4$ $log5^{2x+log _{5}\left(x+1\right)}=log5\left(3x+10\right)$

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Qanda teacher - ManojKumar

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I really sorry for first picture

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how about number 1 teacher?

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do you have other solution sir for number 1?

thank you teacher?Godbless you

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it is formula based question

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Exercise
Solve the following logarithmic equations.
$1.$ $log _{3}x=5$
$2$ $log4\left(x+1\right)=2$
$3$ $lnx^{2}=ln9$
$4$ $log _{5}2x+logs\left(x+1\right)=log _{5}\left(3x+10\right)$

10th-13th grade

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Exercise
Solve the following logarithmic eq
$1$ $log _{3}x=5$
$2.$ $log4\left(x+1\right)$ $=2$
$3.$ $lnx^{2}=ln9$
$4$ $log5^{2x+log _{5}\left(x+1\right)}=log _{5}\left(3x+10\right)$

10th-13th grade

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Search count: 114