Posted by **matthew** on Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 1:27pm.

Log radical b/ a^2 is equivalent to

1) 1/2 log b + 1/2 log a

2) l/2 log b- 2 log a

3) 2 log b - 1/2 log a

4) 1/2logb/2 log a

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