algebra 2
posted by renee .
Rewrite the expression as the sum and/or difference of logarithms, without using exponents. Simplify if possible.
Log of 7(p to the 5th root q to the 9th root) / t²

algebra 2 
Henry
log7p^5q^9 / t^2 = log7p^5q^9t^2 =
log7 + 5log(p) + 9log(q)  2log(t).
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