Algebra II

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Log6(6^9)=???

Answer: 9

Ine^-3x=???

Answer: -3x

Use log5(2) = 0.4307 and log5(3) = 0.6826 to approximate the value of log5(12)

Answer:

log5(2) + log5(3)=log5(2^2*3)
2(0.4307) + 0.6826=1.544
so approximate value of log5(12)=1.544

I appreciate your checking my work.

  • Algebra II -

    Log6(6^9)=???
    9 log6(6) = 9*1
    Answer: 9 Right

    Ine^-3x=???

    Answer: -3x Right

    Use log5(2) = 0.4307 and log5(3) = 0.6826 to approximate the value of log5(12)

    Answer:

    log5(***4***) + log5(3)=log5(2^2*3)

    2(0.4307) + 0.6826=1.544

    Right method,, did not check arithmetic

    so approximate value of log5(12)=1.544

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