write as a single logarithm: Ln5+2Lnx+4Ln(x^2+8) Ln(_______) i cant figure it out! i have trouble remembering what to do first if anyone can help me with these it would be greatly appreciated! thanks,
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Originally Posted by bharriga ln(a+b)+3 ln(a-b)-5 ln c write as a single logarithm: ln ( ) cant figure it out! i have trouble remembering what to do first also here is another similar problem: Log(2)X+4 Log(2)y-3 Log(2)z rewrite as single logarithm using this: Log2( ) if anyone can help me with these it would be greatly appreciated! thanks, Use the properties of the logarithm:
Originally Posted by bharriga Ln(a+b)+3 Ln(a-b)-5 Ln c write as a single logarithm: Ln (_______________) cant figure it out! i have trouble remembering what to do first also here is another similar problem: Log(2)X+4 Log(2)y-3 Log(2)z rewrite as single logarithm using this: Log2(________) if anyone can help me with these it would be greatly appreciated! thanks, It doesn't matter what you do first as long as move the coefficients to exponents...
or do his method!
Originally Posted by bharriga ... i cant figure it out! i have trouble remembering what to do first ... Only in case you want to learn a little bit more about logarithms I've attached a pdf-file for you.
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