How to simplify 3^((2\log_335)) How do I simplify this? This is what I have done so far: 2log_3 5=log_3 5^2=log_3(25) 3^(log_3(25))

beobachtereb 2022-09-21 Answered
How to simplify 3 ( 2 log 3 35 )
How do I simplify this? This is what I have done so far:
2 log 3 5 = log 3 5 2 = log 3 ( 25 )
3 log 3 ( 25 )
What do I do from here? And the answer is one of these mixed solutions:
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2
π 4
1 x + 2
± 4 25
25
30 °
2
3
5
π
π 3
( , 2 )
4 ( x + 1 ) 2 + 3
2 2
3 2
2 2
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Edward Chase
Answered 2022-09-22 Author has 10 answers
m log a = log a m when both the logarithms remain defined
3 ( 2 log 3 5 ) = 3 log 3 ( 5 2 )
Now a log a b = b when the logarithm remains defined
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