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    exponent Q

    If logsub6 3=a and logsub6 4=b, then logsub6 16/3=?
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    \log_6\left(\frac{16}{3}\right) = \log_6(16) - \log_6(3) = \log_6(4^2) - \log_6(3) = 2\log_6(4) - \log_6(3) = ?
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    thanks... just what i needed
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