Express in the form lg n a, 1 + lg 11 b, lg 1/50 + 2 Can someone please explain to me how to work this out? I'm not sure what lg means. Thank you.

Express in the form lg n a, 1 + lg 11 b, lg 1/50 + 2 Can someone please explain to me how to work this out? I'm not sure what lg means. Thank you.

If log p=x and log q=y, evaluate the following in terms of x and y: #1) (log p^-4)/(loq q^-5) = ? #2) (log p^5)^−3 = ?

9^-4x=4^x+10

Logarithms

D(t) = 82.5 · 0.9982t with D the number of inhabitants in millions and t the time in years. t= 0 = the year 2008 The above mentioned equation describing the exponential growth...

Given log25m=n, express logm M2/125 in terms of n. Please help me

K(t) = 50 · 0.65t This formula can be rewritten in a form t = A log (K) + B Do this to find the values for A and B Could someone please...

K(t) = 50 · 0.65t with t the time in hours. For this formula calculate the growth factor per 15 minutes. And, the forumila K(t) can be rewritten in...

Assume base a=10

Please Use properties of logarithms to expand the expression. log(z^3/sq. rt. x^5y) Each logarithm should involve only one variable and should not have any radicals or exponents. You may assume...

An economist has found the following function for the number of mobile phones (in millions) sold worldwide since the year 2014: V(t) = 1244.74 · 1.1439t t= time in years. t=0 is...

I am struggling as i know the sequence but got no idea how to describe it mathematically!

Given log54=a and log34=b, express log21.8 in terms of a and b... So how do you get two different bases from only log21.8.. are you supposed to like separate them to log29 - log25 ?

Consider the funciton f given by f(t)=log100(t/10) Find values for a and b such that f(t)=a+logb(t)?

Use the logarithm rules to prove.... log(5/36) - log(5/9) equals -log4 Show all working

I know what changing the base of a logarithm does graphically, but I'm having trouble trying to explain it mathematically

What is x in the equation log1/2 (1/9)=log2x2

The value of log 3 is 0.3031 and the value oc log 4 is 0.4771 find the value of log60

This is the problem: ½ log a (x+2) + ½ log a (x-2) = 2/3 log a 27 And, this is what the teacher gave as notes to solve the problem: Log a √x+2 + log a...

Can someone please help me with this and take me through step by step i have a test on this tommorow