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simplify expression: log(256)^2x/log4

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  1. anonymous
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    I may not be thinking clearly, but I believe a log raised to the power is the same thing as whatever the power was times the log. So I think it would look like (2x*log(256))/log4 Now since 256 is a multiple of 4 (specifically 4^4), you can simplfiy this even more since log(256)/log(4)= 4: So then we have 2x*4 8x.

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