Express 4ln(x)+2ln(x^4y^3)+5ln(z) as a single logarithm Our teacher has shown us examples for the same base and when it's both add and subtract. But I'm not sure how to do this.

Daniella Reyes 2022-09-25 Answered
Express 4 ln ( x ) + 2 ln ( x 4 y 3 ) + 5 ln ( z ) as a single logarithm
Our teacher has shown us examples for the same base and when it's both add and subtract. But I'm not sure how to do this.
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moderrockblog09
Answered 2022-09-26 Author has 7 answers
Hint: r ln x = ln ( x r ), so 4 ln ( x ) = ln ( x 4 ). Also, ln ( x ) + ln ( y ) + ln ( z ) = ln ( x y z )
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tarjetaroja2t
Answered 2022-09-27 Author has 2 answers
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log ( x ) + log ( y ) = log ( x y ) and n log ( x ) = l o g ( x n ) for logarithms of any base.
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