# Review of Logs

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I can't seem to get the answer to this; the answer key says log(base 8)6
Write as a single logarithm
log(base 8)42log(base 8)3 - log(base 8) 6

I'm hoping the key is wrong :)

• Review of Logs -

log8(4)*2log8(3)-log8(6)
take antilog...
antilog8 (4*9/6)= antilog8(6)
take log8= log8(6)

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