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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

2 log base 3 sq.root. 27 ?!?!!?!?!?!!??!

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  1. anonymous
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    2 x logbase3(sqrt(27))?

  2. anonymous
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    \[2 \log _{3} \sqrt{27} \]

  3. anonymous
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    i dont understand it

  4. anonymous
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    log base 3 of radical 27 is basicaly saying 3 to the what power = sqrt(27)

  5. anonymous
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    and i don't understand logs in general

  6. anonymous
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    but theres a 2 in front..

  7. anonymous
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    you multiply by two after you get the first part

  8. anonymous
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    its just multiplication in front

  9. anonymous
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    do u mind drawing this out ? sorry I'm really stupid :(

  10. ash2326
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    \[2 log_{3} (\sqrt {27})\] x=log y to the base b means b^x=y

  11. anonymous
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    we actually just did this stuff today and yesterday in math class

  12. anonymous
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    uh oh...maybe you're in my math class lol ...

  13. ash2326
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    and we have the property c log y= log y(^c)

  14. anonymous
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    lol, do you have algebra 2 im guessing?

  15. anonymous
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    nope...im still very confused about the 2 in front though...this whole thing makes no sense to me

  16. anonymous
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    the two in front is just multiplication, its like y = 2x, the two is multiplied

  17. ash2326
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    now \( 2 \log_{3} (\sqrt{27})\) \(\log_{3}{(\sqrt{27})}^2\) \(\log_{3} 27\) we know that 3^3=27 so it's \(\log_{3} 27=3\)

  18. anonymous
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    not sure what the guy above me is doing. How are you squaring the radical 27?

  19. anonymous
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    i am literally so confused

  20. anonymous
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    well, whatever he is doing is right.

  21. anonymous
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    the answer is 3

  22. ash2326
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    |dw:1327550653689:dw|

  23. anonymous
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    Wow! I cannot believe I forgot that!

  24. anonymous
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    do either of you have Skype where you can help me with this? i am still very confused

  25. anonymous
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    how come when i check on my calc i get 4.95?

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