If log 3 = A and log 7 = B, findlog_7 9in terms of A and B.

chillywilly12a 2020-11-23 Answered

If log3=A and log7=B, find
log79
in terms of A and B.

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gotovub
Answered 2020-11-24 Author has 98 answers

Use the change of base property:
log79=log9log7=log32B=2log3B
=2AB

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