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Simplify, if possible.
log2(0.5)4



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johnsonshelby
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Is that base 2?

babybats
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yea.

johnsonshelby
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One of the properties of logs is that multiplying can be expanded to addition. log2(.5) + log2(4)

babybats
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its ^4 instead of (.5)4.

hartnn
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then use this property
\(\huge \ln x^n=nlnx\)

babybats
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ok.