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What is __________ written as a single logarithm?

Hev123  Mar 4, 2018

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2log(x) =log(x^2)

-log(y) = The minus sign means that you can divide it by first log(x^2)

-2log(z) =log(z^2), and the minus sign again means you can divide it by the first log(x^2)

So, the whole thing can be written like this:

Log(x^2) / [log(y)*log(z^2)], OR:

Log [x^2 / yz^2] - Or the first one on your list.

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2log(x) =log(x^2)

-log(y) = The minus sign means that you can divide it by first log(x^2)

-2log(z) =log(z^2), and the minus sign again means you can divide it by the first log(x^2)

So, the whole thing can be written like this:

Log(x^2) / [log(y)*log(z^2)], OR:

Log [x^2 / yz^2] - Or the first one on your list.

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