I have a question for BC pre-calculus 12 if i have the equation: y-k=c log base a d(x-h), how do i use algebra to solve for X-intercept?

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  • 5 years ago
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    The x-intercept occurs when y = 0

    -k/c = log_a(d(x - h))

    d(x - h) = a^(-k/c)

    x = [a^(-k/c)]/d + h

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