Write the expression log6x-1/5(log6x+2log6y) as a single logarithm. Thank you!!
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Originally Posted by cricket71 Write the expression log6x-1/5(log6x+2log6y) as a single logarithm. It is almost impossible to read your notation. Is it $\log_6(x)-\frac{1}{5}(\log_6(x)+2\log_6(y))~?$ In LaTeX code it is \$\log_6(x)-\frac{1}{5}(\log_6(x)+2\log_6(y))\$ ${\log _6}\left( {\dfrac{x}{{\sqrt[5]{{x{y^2}}}}}} \right)$
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