I need help solving this problem I have to condense this equation 4log3(x+6)-log35-log3(x-2)
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Hello, Use the following properties : $\displaystyle \ln(a)+\ln(b)=\ln(ab)$ $\displaystyle b \ln(a)=\ln(a^b)$ $\displaystyle \ln(a)-\ln(b)=\ln \frac ab$
Am I on the right track (x+6)(x-2) 4(log3 (5) (N) )
I am really confused on this
Nope, 4log(x+6)=log((x+6)^4) You have to keep the logs ~
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