Posted by **ROBIN** on Monday, July 15, 2013 at 2:22pm.

Consider the expression logbase5 a=n

a) For what value(s) of a will n be a positive number?

b) For what value(s) of a will n be a negative number?

c) For what value(s) of a will n be undefined?

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