# Astudent solved the equation below by graphing log6(x-1)=log2(2x+2) which statement about the graph is true

Astudent solved the equation below by graphing log6(x-1)=log2(2x+2) which statement about the graph is true

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1. sabrinarasull1pe6s61 says:

Option A) The curves do not intercept

2. brandonthomas11 says:

The rest of the question is as following
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Which statement about the graph is true?
1. The curves do not intersect.
2. The curves intersect at one point.
3. The curves intersect at two points.
4. The curves appear to coincide.
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Solution:

See the attached figure
The blue graph represents the function log₆(x-1)
The red graph represents the function log₂(2x+2)
As shown from the figure
the curves does not meet.
Therefore, the correct statement is option 1

1. The curves do not intersect.

$Astudent solved the equation below by graphing log6(x-1)=log2(2x+2) which statement about the graph$

3. fayth1760 says:

a. the curves don't intersect

Step-by-step explanation:

4. mp515 says:

Given $\log_6(x-1)=\log_2(2x+2)$

I attached a graphical solution to the equation. The blue curve represent $\log_2(2x+2)$ while the red curve represent $\log_6(x-1)$

From the equation, it can be seen that the curves representing the two terms in both sides of the equation does not meet.
Therefore, the statement about the graph that is true is "The curves do not intersect".

$Astudent solved the equation below by graphing. mc024-1.jpg which statement about the graph is true?$

5. ashley352 says:

Using a graph tool
see the attached figure

we have that

The blue curve represent  log2(2x+2)
while the red curve represent log6(x-1)
From the equation, it can be seen that the curves representing the two terms in both sides of the equation does not meet. Therefore,

$Astudent solved the equation below by graphing$