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Posted by **Amy~** on Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at 5:14pm.

3log[4]x^(2) + (1/2)log[4](x)

the answer is: (25/4)log[4]x

steps please

- Precalc -
**Reiny**, Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at 5:47pmI will assume the strange symbol is a square root sign

3log[4]x^(2) + (1/2)log[4]?(x)

=log_{4}x^6 + log_{4}x^(1/4)

= log_{4}((x^6)(x^(1/4))

= log_{4}(x^(25/4)

= (25/4)log_{4}x

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