College Algebra
posted by Ashley .
Express as an equivalent expression, using the individual logarithms of w,x,y and z. log a (xy^2z3)

well, loga (zt^2/q^3)=loga (z)+ 2loga(t)3loga(q)
see if you can take it from there. 
3logx+2logy3logq
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