Algebra 2 logarithms
posted by jay .
Use the properties of logarithms to evaluate the expression.
1. 5^log(7x)
2. 10^x + 2
log(x)=x+2 or log(x)=x2 ????

Simplify or evaluate? If you need to evaluate the expressions, x = ?

As Max stated, evaluate implies an = sign somewhere.

the qeustion says to evaluste, but itd supposed to say simplify
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