I have the expressions for the nth term of various sequences. I'm supposed to write them in a "p/q" fraction form, but i have no idea how to do this with logarithmic expressions.

log2^n(8)

log3^n(81)

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- February 15th 2010, 05:55 PMorganismalWriting an expression in fraction form
I have the expressions for the nth term of various sequences. I'm supposed to write them in a "p/q" fraction form, but i have no idea how to do this with logarithmic expressions.

log2^n(8)

log3^n(81) - February 15th 2010, 07:26 PMtonio
- February 15th 2010, 08:47 PMorganismal
i'm sorry if im misunderstanding what you're saying, but it's not an equation..?

i was given a sequence:

i was supposed to write down the next two terms:

and find an expression fo the nth term of each sequence

which i am hoping is correct. then it says to write your expression in the form p/q, meaning a fraction (or I suppose a whole number if it works out that way).

i tried writing it in exponental form and got to but that doesn't make any sense to me

edit: nevermind, i'm sorry, i think i just understood what it was was asking for and your explanation. thank you very much! - February 15th 2010, 09:04 PMProve It