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Monoxdifly
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 Aug 6, 2015
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How to solve this?
\(\displaystyle (log_2x)^2+4>5log_7x+log_3x^2\)
This is what I've done so far (attached):
How to solve the quadratic inequation formed? Factorization is an obvious no, and the quadratic formula will just make everything messier, is there any other way?
\(\displaystyle (log_2x)^2+4>5log_7x+log_3x^2\)
This is what I've done so far (attached):
How to solve the quadratic inequation formed? Factorization is an obvious no, and the quadratic formula will just make everything messier, is there any other way?
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