That's what my textbook says, that it equals 3x, but it doesn't give an explanation why. Can someone explain what's up here? Thanks
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Originally Posted by TheArtist That's what my textbook says, that it equals 3x, but it doesn't give an explanation why. Can someone explain what's up here? Thanks $\displaystyle \log_{a} a^n=n\cdot \log_{a} a=n \cdot 1=n$
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