Logarithms
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CONDENSE INTO THE LOG OF A SINGLE QUANTITY:
(1) Base 7
2/3 log( z  2 )
(2) 2 ln8 + 5 ln( z  4 )
(3) Base 4
1/2 [ log( x + 1 ) + 2 log( x  1 ) ] + 6 logx

(1) log(7)(z2)^(2/3)
(2) ln [64(z4)^5]
(3) log(4)[x^6*(x1)sqrt(x+1)]
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