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log2^16 + log2^4=?

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Is it \[\log_{2} 16+\log_{2}4= \]
i dont get the ideaof ur answer
\[\log_{2} 16+\log_{2}4=\] is this your question ?

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log2(16)+log2(4) =6
log2^(4) = 4log2 log2^16 = 16log2 therefore it would be 16log2+4log2 u can simplify it further
log_2(16) + log_2(4) = Log_2(16)(4) = Log_2(16)(4) = 6
i do think the asker meant log2^16+log2^4 that is according to law of logarithms 16log2+4log2

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