I have to solve "3^x=5^(x-2)" using logarithms. I can follow this down to "2log5=xlog(5/3)". And then it finishes grandly with, "And finally x=2log5/log5/3". I don't understand how you get to that final answer from the previous equation. To get x to the left side you would need to divide both sides by x. Then, to get x on it's own you need to divide both sides by "2log5". This would give an entirely different answer. Can somebody explain this, please?