## iheartfood Group Title Rewrite the following expression as a single logarithm: (will be attached!!) one year ago one year ago

1. iheartfood

the expression!!

2. iheartfood

answer choices A,B,C,D from top to bottom! :)

3. gohangoku58

\(\huge \log a+\log b = \log ab\)

4. gursu

5. gohangoku58

\(\huge \log a-\log b = \log a/b \\ \huge \log a^b=b\log a\)

6. iheartfood

how so?? can u pls show me all the steps leading u to find the answer A?

7. gursu

The other guy is giving you the rules. And I explained them in your other post. You divide the expressions when they have the same base and subtracted. Multiply them when they are added with the same bases. And the coefficients of the expressions become the exponents for each one.

8. iheartfood

ohh okay, thanks!! so this is my answer for sure?? answer A? the one i attached?

9. gohangoku58

were u able to get that by yourself ?

10. gursu

yes, I am sure.

11. iheartfood

kk thanks!! :)