I am having trouble solving this log. Simply: 25^ log5(xy) + log ( xg * (root)y over (root) x) My simplification is: (xy)^2 + log (x^3/4 y^1/2 g /1)
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Do you mean A: B: C: Something entirely different
Part B: but the x in the second log is also square rooted (in the denominator)
so how would this be simplified? I can simplify the first part, but am having trouble with the second.
So, you need to simplify: Your answer is correct. You may want to split up the logarithm to the sum of logarithms, depending upon what's meant by 'simplify'.
Yes so would the second portion be: log(xg) + log(y^1/2) - log(x^1/4) log(x)+log(g)+log(y^1/2)-log(x^1/4)
Originally Posted by FallenStar117 Yes so would the second portion be: log(xg) + log(y^1/2) - log(x^1/4) log(x)+log(g)+log(y^1/2)-log(x^1/4) You could also take the "1/2" and "1/4" out of the logarithms.
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