Algebra 2
posted by Lynn .
Can you please explain step by step on how to do this problem?
Condense the expression.
2(log base 6 of 15  log base 6 of 5) + 1/2 log base 6 of 1/25

2 log6 (3) + .5 log6 (1/25)
log6 (3^2) + log6 ((1/25)^.5)
log6 (9) + log6 (1/5)
log6 (9/5)
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