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...

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...

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

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Solving Log2(2x)+log2(x+2)>log2(16) algebraically

A certain element has a half life given in cell B3, meaning that in that number of years, half of the element has turned to lead. You find a rock with the percent of the element and percent of lead...

Hi, I am very confused on solving the following. I really have no idea how to solve it and Im freaking out. a) 8 raised to -log822 b) (log10)3 c) √ln1 d)...

Twice a first number decreased by a second number is 6. The first number increased by four times the second number is 39. Find the numbers

ln(4)-ln(x)=-0.15

1.find the value of Of each of the following, giving your answer an integer Log64+Log69 2.Let Log3P=6 and Log3Q=7 Find Log3(P/Q) By expanding the logarithm 3.Solve...

Given that log_2(3) • log_3(4) • log_4(5)..... log_n-1(n) • log_n(n+1) = 10, find the value of n. NEED ANSWER ASAP

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...

You have to use the formula y=P(1+r/n)^nt to solve it

You know to divide both sides of the equation by P and obtain the formula A/P = (1+r/n)^(nt) However, you cannot easily isolate and solve for the time t since it is part of the exponent...

y=(log3X) -1 When finding the table of values, I removed the brackets and did 3y =x-1 but ended up with a different set then the one in my book. Also , if...

Hello, Im trying to solve for x. Its been days now I try to understand but I cant seem to. I understand how to solve for x for my other problems but this one is just really tough for me. So it says...

Hi,I need help solving for x for : logx2 (101) = logx+1 (101) The bases are not the same so im guessing you have to use change of base formula...

Solve 1. log16x=3/2 2.logx81 = 3 3. Log21/8 = x thanks

In this question each stage of your working must be shown and must not contain a logarithm. Simplify 1/2 log2 36+ 2 log2 8 - log2 24.

log5 [ (a2b3 )/(25) ] . Its log base 5. My question is when there is an even number you have to write it with the absolute value sign right?