College Algebra
posted by Anonymous .
Solve 1/3logP2logt
+2/3logr by condensing it to one

There are three variables and not even one equation. You cannot solve for unknowns without equations.
Your expression can be condensed but not "solved."
1/3logP 2logt +2/3logr
= log[P^(1/3)*r^(2/3)/t^2]
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