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Yes, I am very interested in his answer.
Ask the tutor to plug and check his answer.
Is it logs to the base 10? The common log?
Yes, it does.
So we know that x = 1 /3 or x = - 1 / 3 is not a solution.
When I solve for that I get a very complicated expression. This is not likely for a textbook.
Did you copy the problem correctly?
I was following some links and that was on the side of the page.
What is that? Why would I be surfing it?
I do not understand the question.
See if log(x+1) - 2logx^2 equals 1.
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