004 Sample Final A, Problem 19

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Solve for x:     

How do we remove logs from an equation?
The definition of the logarithm tells us that if , then .


Step 1:
By the definition of the logarithm, means .
Step 2:
Now, we can solve for . Since ,
we must have .
Final Answer:

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