3^(2log base 3 5)

3^(2log base 3 5)

y = log10[sin(x-3) + √(16- x2)]

2log base 4 9 - log base 2 3

Rewrite in terms of logax, logay, and logaz, using properties of logarithms: In(√x2/y3)

Precalculus. Asked to evaluate each logarithm. Exact answers only. No decimal approximations.

Terminology question: I find the switching of x and y a contradiction, since b^x=y, or 10^x=y, or e^x=y or f(x). Why b^y=x when the function is the base to an exponent equals the y value or f(x)? Thanks, Richard...

When a liquid is placed into a refrigerator, its temperature T°C at a time t minutes is given by the formula T=T*10^-kt The temperature is initially 100°C and drops to 40°C in 5 minutes. Find...

Not necessarily the answer, just confused as to what the question is asking me! So if possible steps to arrive at the answer would be much appreciated! Thank you! rewritten: simplify...

Please explain the steps on how to figure this problem out.

The pH of a solution ranges from 0 to 14. An acid has a pH less than 7. Pure water is neutral and has a pH of 7. The pH of a solution is given by pH = - log x where x represents the concentration...

Suppose that ln 2 = a and ln 5 = b. Use properties of logarithms to write each logarithm in terms of a and b. ln 10 ln7√20

in 2000, a company had 1145 stores nationwide. By 2002, this total had grown to 1535. If the number of stores continues to grow exponentially at the same rate, how many stores will there be in 2016 Exponential...

Suppose a retired professor who lives next door offers to pay you to work for him for the next 30 days. He says he will pay you $500 per day (option 1), or if you would like, he will pay you $0.01...

I have to find x! Can you help me lg= logarithm

given that loga^2=0.693 , loga^6=1.792 , loga^5=1.609 find loga^60

15^9x=13^-x-7 write the exact answer using base -10 logarithm

e^2.4=11 write the equivalent logarithmic equation.

log x^(6/5)*y^(4/5) given that log x=2, log y =3. log 2 =0.3, and log 3=0.48 the answer is 24/5 but I dont know what to do after getting rid of the radical

So there's this question. It's 1/2log(25)+log(4). Then we convert it to log(25^1/2) + log (4). But then the log converts to the square root of 25 from log(25^1/2). Why? And what does that...

So, in all, I'm really just asking how I would use log in general. (Please answer in a 'for dummies' format please! :) Not exactly the best with the vocabulary!) Due to some research, I've learned...