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    Simplifying logarithm problem 2

    3^(2log_{3}5)
    i can't properly write it here, but everything in the parentheses is in an exponent
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    Quote Originally Posted by zooply View Post
    3^(2log_{3}5)
    i can't properly write it here, but everything in the parentheses is in an exponent
    Hi zooply,

    Remember that b^{\log_bx}=x and also p \log_bm=\log_b m^p

    Applying those rules here,

    3^{2\log_35}=3^{\log_3 25}=25
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