is the question?
lol i haven't done logs in a while.. only about 30% confident in my log abilities... i hope this isn't completely wrong and i'm steering you wrong.
I have a question about transformations and the laws of logarithms.
The question is:
"Given y=1/5log(9x-36)^15-13 (the log has a base of 3, not 10. I don't know how to write that in clearly, so I hope it makes sense)
Apply the laws of logarithms to change the form of the equation. Graph the function by first stating the basic function and then describe each transformation applied in order. Specifically describe what happens to the domain, range, asymptotes, x-intercept, and vertical stretch or compression."
I am fine with graphing the transformation, I just don't understand exactly how to "apply the laws of logarithms to change the form of the equation"
Can anybody help me out a bit?
Thanks a lot
Oh i see it.. i just added instead of factoring. Turns out my fundamental algebra is the prob not my log abilities. lol
Glad you got it cazury