I got this as a question: Simplify. State any restrictions on the variables. For this question I did this: The is still 2 log because it is multiplying by one correct and is 1 log because you are multiplying by two to get one correct?
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Originally Posted by Barthayn I got this as a question: Simplify. State any restrictions on the variables. For this question I did this: The is still 2 log because it is multiplying by one correct and is 1 log because you are multiplying by two to get one correct? HI is the correct simplication , you cant go beyond that . For the log to be defined , or in other words w>0 , try log negative sth , ur calculator will return with math error .
I know it is. However, I do not understand why it is like that. Could you explain my steps, or explain how you would do it?
Originally Posted by Barthayn I know it is. However, I do not understand why it is like that. Could you explain my steps, or explain how you would do it? you mean the steps to get (9/2)log w , or why w must be >0 ? which one ?
Originally Posted by mathaddict you mean the steps to get (9/2)log w , or why w must be >0 ? which one ? I wish to understand how to do the steps to get the final answer. I understand that a negative log will give you an error. I am confused with the 1/2 log w^2
Originally Posted by Barthayn The is still 2 log because it is multiplying by one correct and is 1 log (correct)because you are multiplying by two to get one correct? this part ?
ahh. I see my mistake. I guess I looked at my steps incorrectly. I see I did everything correct. Thank you for your help.
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