# Advanced Functions - Construct a Logarithmic Identity

• Dec 8th 2011, 05:51 PM
emilyxomathchick
Advanced Functions - Construct a Logarithmic Identity
Hiya, just recently joined this forum (Hi)
I'm having some difficulties with this problem given for homework (Worried) ,
could someone help me out, THANK YOU to whoever responds :D

An expression with at least 6 terms contains the following:
log(m) + log(t) & 10^a & log(h/m)

Describe how you could construct a logarithmic identity so that the right side of the identify is
equal to math(the product of the unknowns m, a, t, and h). Make sure the identity is provable
and that you justify all of your choices
• Dec 8th 2011, 08:07 PM
wsldam
Re: Advanced Functions - Construct a Logarithmic Identity
Hmmm... Not sure if this is the type of thing you are looking for (it seems kinda trivial) but here it is anyway (i am assuming base 10):

$log(10^{am})*10^{log(m)+log(t)+log(h/m)}=math$