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Logarithmic Inequalities

Logarithmic inequalities are useful in analyzing situations involving repeated multiplication, such as interest and exponential decay.

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Solve the logarithmic inequality \[\log_{25}\left(3 x^2+4x+1\right)\le \log_{5}(x+1)+1.\]

Solve \[\log_2(x-13)<\log_4(x-10)+1.\]

How many integers \(x\) satisfy the logarithmic inequality \[\log_{2}(x-1)\ge \log_{8}(2x^3-13x^2+20x-9)?\]

How many integer solutions does the following inequality have: \[\log_{3}(x-1)\le \log_{9}(313-x^2)?\]

What is the minimum integer \(x\) that satisfies the inequality \[\log_{2}(x-4)>\log_{4}(x-2)?\]

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