Posted by **Tom** on Monday, April 8, 2013 at 12:25am.

Need help with these:

Write the expression as a logarithm of a single quality.

a) 3log[base5](a) + 4log[base5](b) - 2log[base5](c)

b) 3log(2)-(1/3)log((x)^(2) - 1)

I appreciate help.

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