Algebra
posted by Deb .
Expand the expression without exponents
log4 x^4y^7/4
how do I start solving this equation? Thanks, for your help.

Log4 X^4Y^(7/4)
Log4 X^4 + Log4 Y^^(7/4)
4*Log4 X + (7/4)*Log4 Y.
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