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I have 2 problems I need help with using either substitution or elimination method what is the solution set of 3x 2y = 4 and 5x = 2y? Second, Given: log sub a 2 = .4, log sub a 3 = .5, log sub a 5 = .8 what is the value of log sub a .01?
On the first, I will gladly critique your work.
Secondly, note that
loga 10= loga 2 + loga5
loga 1 = 0
loga .1=  loga 10
loga .01 =  2loga 10
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