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hi debjit625What you have done is equivalent to my version.Strictly, you should have LHS = ... = ... = ... = RHS.But you have all the elements to re-write it like that now.Hints: 1 = log(base n) n for all n and log(base a)b x log(base b) a = 1 for all a and bBob

Hi RoyYou need to remove all spaces from those links.

Well that solved the problem ,but still I have questions...I understood that you used change base formula on LHS to change the base of

bob bundy wrote:hi debjit625so your expression (from post 8) becomes (all logs now in base 2):(2log5)/2 + 1 = (2log5)/2 + log2Bob

hi debjit625so your expression (from post 8) becomes (all logs now in base 2):(2log5)/2 + 1 = (2log5)/2 + log2Bob

But what I didnt understood is that how you got it on RHSAs per me its like thisThanks everybody it seems I have to learn a lot ,off course from you guys...

hi debjit625I'd get everything in the same log base. As it is easy to get log base 4 into log base 2 that's the next step:log(base4)5 = log(base2)5/log(base2)4 = (log(base2)5)/2so your expression (from post 8) becomes (all logs now in base 2):(2log5)/2 + 1 = (2log5)/2 + log2Should be easy to finish from there.Bob

I need the next step ...I am not sure how to prove LHS is equal to 1,shouldn't we only work with LHS and prove/show it is 1?Thanks

That is correct. Can you proceed from here or do you need the next step?

Sorry I cant understand...dividing both the sides by "log (base 10) 2" will give us2log(base 4)5 + 1 = log (base 2) 10Thanks

HiSee the hidden text from my last post.

I am not sure how to do it ...still confused

No,not sure.I can use that inside the bracket to solve log(base 4) 2 to log/(base2)4 ....Thanks

Hi debjit625Yes, that is the one. Do you see how you can use it here?

Ok I was having problem with Latex.... and yes thats write.1/log(base a)b = log(base b)a ,is that what you wanted to knowThanks

Hi debjit625The LaTeX on this forum isn't functioning at the moment so here is the picture with what you presumably want to show:Do you know what is equal to?

May be its simple but I can't solve it...Show that : log2(2log(base 4) 5 + 1) = 1Thanks