anonymous
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Use the Laws of logarithms to rewrite the expression
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anonymous
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anonymous
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in a form with no logarithm of a product, quotient or power. After rewriting we have
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Tommynaut
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Here we're using the following rules: \[\log_{b}(xy) = \log_{b}(x) + \log_{b}(y)\]\[\log_b({\frac{ x }{ y }}) = \log_b(x) - \log_b(y)\]\[\log_b(x^{a}) = a \log_b(x)\] Also, remember that the square root in this situation is the same as having something to the power of 1/2. I would approach your question like this: 1. We have a product in the log, so let's split it up into a sum of two logs. 2. Simplify both logs such that they have the power inside the log as a multiple outside the log. 3. Split up the log that has a fraction in it as a difference of two logs. Be careful at this point with whatever multiple you have outside the log, making sure that it applies to both new logs you make. 4. After a little more simplification, you should get the desired form and find the values of A, B and C. Good luck!

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