Could someone please help me out : I read this in a book just now: 3 log30 30/15 = 3 [1- log30 3 - log30 5] Can someone show how this is possible
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Originally Posted by Satyajith Could someone please help me out : I read this in a book just now: 3 log30 30/15 = 3 [1- log30 3 - log30 5] Can someone show how this is possible Just use the properties of log a few times . 3log 30/15=3(log 30-log 15) then log 30=1 and log 15=log 5 + log 3 i meant log to the base 30.
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