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Q: How do you write the equation for when a number is tripled the result is 33 find the number?

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* n=15

logb x = a According to the definition of the logarithm, a is the number that you have to exponentiate b with to get x as a result. Therefore: ba = x

write a rule as an equation

You need to call your number "x", then write the following two equations:(Equation 1) x = 0.727272... Multiplying by 100, you get: (Equation 2) 100x = 72.727272... If you subtract equation 1 from equation 2, and solve for "x", you will get the number as a fraction.

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* n=15

logb x = a According to the definition of the logarithm, a is the number that you have to exponentiate b with to get x as a result. Therefore: ba = x

write a rule as an equation

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