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use the properties of logarithms to expand the expression as sum, difference or multiple of logarithms. Simplify.
a.log(x^3/2)
b.log base4 16a

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  1. log (x^3/2)=
    logx^3 - log 2
    3logx-log2

    log4(16a)=log4(4)+log4(a)
    = 2+log4(a)

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