Posted by **Brandon** on Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 5:38pm.

Simplify:

1. 2log10^5+log10^4

2. 2log3^6-log3^4

3. log4^40-log4^5

4. log4^3-log4^48

I need to see all of the steps.

Thanks

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