You last visited: 09-17-2007 at 06:58 PM

Sorry...the last time I visited here was when I was in like algebra 1, lol.

I need help with some math problems about logs (I have a math test tomorrow ), I'd really appreciate the help. I'm sorry, I don't know how to make it look like the problems on my paper, but I hope this is understandable:

log[base 5](1/8) / log[base 5](2)

Read aloud, it reads like:

log

base 5

one-eighth

divided by

log

base 5

two

I think this would go along with log[base 5](1/8) minus log[base5](2) but I can't figure it out

Here is another:

7^log[base7](16) minus log[base 7](2) = x

I was absent both the above one was done and the one below:

log[base 7](log[base 3](log[base 2](x))) = 0

They are both making me

There is one last one (Sorry for the amount...I know a few of my friends can tell me how to do some in my free time before the test, but if I can get as much done here as possible, that would be awesome.)

log (x^2) = (log x)^2

Those logs above would be base 10

If anyone could help I'll give you free cookies, thanks!