Posted by **Shadow** on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 at 11:15pm.

The problem I have to solve is log with base 2 ^6 multiply by log base 6 ^ 8.

I use the change of base formula and got log6/log2 * log8/log6

Which become

log6/log2 * log2()^3/ log 6

I'm stuck here thanks.

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**Steve**, Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 11:26am
you are correct in that you wind up with

log6/log2 * log8/log6

Now, you almost had it, since you recognized (I think) that 8 = 2^3. So, you have

= log8/log2

= 3log2/log2

= 3

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