Intermediate Algebra

Given logb3 = 0.792 and logb5 = 1.161. If possible, use the properties of logarithms to calculate values for the following show your work


logb 1/3

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  1. log 1 is 0 for any base at all
    so
    logb (1/3) = 0 - .792

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