Posted by **alejandro** on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 5:10am.

1.Use the laws of logarithms to express log2 (6) – log2 (3) + 2log2 (8)^1/2 as a single logarithm; then evaluate.

2. For logy = log(0.5x – 3) + log2, express y as a function of x.

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