Given that logab(a)=4, calculate logab 3√a /√b. Start with the exponent property of logs, then the quotient rule, and then change of base.

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- January 19th 2010, 04:34 AMKingV15Logs
Given that logab(a)=4, calculate logab 3√a /√b. Start with the exponent property of logs, then the quotient rule, and then change of base.

- January 19th 2010, 06:54 AMGrandad
Hello KingV15I'm guessing that the question is:

Given , calculate(The alternative is that you have to calculate , which will leave a term in at the end.)

So, if my assumption is correct:

Grandad