Is this right

I need to express as an equivalent expression that is a sum of
logarithms.
logt 13ab2
is this right (log+13t+loga+log+b+log+2)

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  1. No, it isn't right. Why is there a t right after log? "Log" by itself is not a number. Is the "2" an exponent? If so, write a ^ in front of it.

    Did you mean to write log(t^13*a*b^2) ?
    That would be 13 log t + log a + 2 log b

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