Given that a=c3 and b=√c , evaluate logab

Given that a=c3 and b=√c , evaluate logab

Which of the following are true? f(x)=x3+2x2 a) The inverse is a function thus the function is one-to-one. b) The inverse is not a function thus the function is one-to-one...

Gabby invested $6500 at 2.3% interest rate compounded monthly. What is the minimum number of years Gabby must wait to have at least $7500? I have another question like this but I would...

Which best describes the transformations applied to f(x)=3x to f(x)-3x+2 a) Reflected about the x-axis and shifted down 2 units. b) Reflected about the x-axis and shifted up...

Graph y=ax How would you find the value of loga4 and what would be the value?

solve the equation

How does the equation ye^-x = -16e^-x +C go to y= -16+Ce^-x how does the c get multiplied by the e^-x rather than divided...

2ln(x-3)-1/2ln(x+1)-3ln(x2)

Scientists at the local university are studying a highly toxic radioactive compound. They have a 200-g sample. They will place this compound in a chamber to be tested. After 3 h, 140 g of the sample...

i)make y the subject of the equation ii)evaluate y when x = 1.72

use the properties of logarithms to expand the logarithmic expression wherever possible evaluate logarithmic expressions ln((x+4)/(x2-16)5)(4/5)

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If point (a,b) lies on the graph y=f(X), the graph y=f-1(X) must contain point .... A.(b,a) B.(a,0) C.(0,b) D.(-a,-b)

In a mountain range of California, the percent of moisture that falls as snow rather than rain can be approximated by the function p(h)=80 LN (h) - 629, where h is the altitude in feet and p(h)...

Log8(3) A. ln(8/3) B. ln(3/8) C. ln(3)-3ln(2) D. 1/3ln(3)/ln(2) E. 3ln(2)/ln(3) F. None of the above

ln(exR6) A. xe+6ln(R) B. e+R6 C. x+6ln(R) D. x+ln(6R) E. 1+6ln(R) F. None of the above.

Log9(*squareroot*Q) A. 2Log9(Q) B. Log9(Q) C. 1/2Log2(Q) D. 1/2+Log9(Q) E. 1/2Log9(Q) F. None of the above.

Log8(x3) A. Log8(3x) B. 3Log8(x) C. 3+Log8(x) D. Log3(8x) E. Log(x3) F. None of the above.

Log3(13RQ/V) A. Log3(13)+Log3(R)+Log3(Q)+Log3(V) B. Log3(13)+Log3(R)-Log3(Q)-Log3(V) C. Log3(13)+Log3(R)+Log3(Q) D. Log3(13)-Log3(R)-Log3(Q)+Log3(V) E...

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