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Solve the logarithmic equation algebraically. Approximate the result to three decimal places. $\log _{10} x+\log _{10}(x+1)=\log _{10}(x+3)$

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1 of 3$\textbf{Property of Equality Logarithmic Functions}$

$\text{If } \log_a(x) = \log_a(y) \text{ then x = y}$

$\textbf{Product Property of Logarithms}$

$\log_{a}(b) + \log_{a}(c) = \log_{a}(bc)$

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