Posted by Jessie on Thursday, December 19, 2013 at 11:42pm.
1. Evaluate 4^(log base4 64) + 10^(log100)
2. Write 1+log(base2)x^3 as a single logarithm
3. Write log(base b)√(x^3 y z^6)
4. Solve log(base 2)xlog(base 2)6=log(base 2)5+2log(base 2)3
5. Solve 3^(2x) = 9(81^x)
6. Solve 3^(2x)=7^(3x1). Round answer to two decimal places.
7. Solve log(x+3) + log(x2) = log(3x+2)

Advanced Functions/ Precalculus Log  Steve, Friday, December 20, 2013 at 12:24am
By definition, b^{logbN} = N
#1. 64+100 = 164
#2. 1 = log2, so you have
log2+log(x^3) = log(2x^3)
#3. 1/2 (3logx + logy + 6logz)
#4. supressing the "base 2" for readability, we have
logx  log6 = log5+2log3
log(x/6) = log(5*3^2)
x/6 = 45
x = 270
Actually, since all the logs are the same base, the base doesn't really matter.
#5. Since 9=3^2 and 81=3^4, you have
3^(2x) = 3^2 * 3^4x
3^2x = 3^(2+4x)
2x = 2+4x
x = 1
Check: 3^2 = 1/9
9(81^1) = 9/81 = 1/9
#6.
3^(2x) = 7^(3x1)
2x log3 = (3x1) log7
2x/(3x1) = log7/log3
x = 0.53
#7.
log (x+3)(x2) = log (3x+2)
(x+3)(x2) = (3x+2)
x = 2 or 4 
Advanced Functions/ Precalculus Log  Jessie, Friday, December 20, 2013 at 2:55am
Thanks a lot!

Logs  correction  Steve, Friday, December 20, 2013 at 12:14pm
#7. Actually, x = 2 needs to be discarded, since log(x2) is not defined there.