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posted by Shannon
1. The expression log 5x is equivalent to
2. Write the equation of a polynomial whose sum of the roots equals 3 and the product of the roots equals 9\2?
P.S.  I have been trying to solve these problems on my own and have not been successful at it. Can someone please help ASAP? Thanks.

drwls
1. log5 + logx
2. See
http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/polynomialssumsproductsroots.html
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