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Log3(27x)^2

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Daniel O. | Math and Physics Tutor, with a math and physics degreeMath and Physics Tutor, with a math and ...
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Using some log laws:

log3(27x)2 = 2(log3(27x)) = 2(log327 + log3x) = 2(log333 + log3x) = ...

Robert J. | Certified High School AP Calculus and Physics TeacherCertified High School AP Calculus and Ph...
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Do you want to simplify it?

Assume 3 is the base. Then you have

Log3(27x)^2 = 2log3 (27|x|) = 2[3 + log3 |x|], since log3 27 = 3

Attn: You need to add absolute sign for x.