log10^x = 2a and log10^y = b/2 write 10^a in terms of x

he298c 2021-02-01 Answered
log10x=2aandlog10y=b2 write 10a in terms of x
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casincal
Answered 2021-02-02 Author has 82 answers

so you havr log10(10x)=2a
if so, you havex=2a or a=x2
log10(10y)=b2 become y=b2 or b=2×y
10a=10x2

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