Algebra 2

How is the expression log 32 - log 8 written as a single logarithm?

log 4
log 8
log 24
log 40

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  1. log(a) - log(b) = log(a/b)

    now just use your numbers.

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  2. That makea it 3/5 and that is not one of the answers.

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  3. Pretty sure 32/8=4, so it would be log 4

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