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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE! Simply this expression log (base 5) 125 + 3^log(base5)125 + 3 log(base 1/5)5

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hint: \[\huge \log_5 (125) \implies \log_5 (5^3) \implies 3\] \[\huge \log_{\frac 15} (5) \implies \log_{(5^{-1})} (5^{-1})^{-1} \implies -1\] does that help?
is the answer 29?
that's what im getting too

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okay thank you!
...wait i misread your answer..
what do you mean?
\[\Large \log_5 125 + 3^{\log_5 125} + 3 \log_{\frac 15} 5\] using the ones i said this will give you \[\large 3 + 3^3 + 3(-1)\] do yoou see it now?
the answer shouldnt be 29
oh we forgot about that 3 so it would 32?
you forgot about the -1
btw... 3(-1) means 3 TIMES -1 NOT 3 minus 1
h haha wjoops 27
yup
okay thank you!

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