Pre-Calculus - Reiny

Reiny you helped me with this logarithm yesterday: How did you write it out as


log2 ( √A / B^3 )

Laws of logarithms

combine, write as a single logarithm

Need help on this question please, Im stuck, don't know where to go abouts from here: I did it on paint and uploaded it onto this website because I don't know how to do the subscript numbers, so it probably wouldnt really have made any sense.

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Pre-Calculus - Reiny, Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 8:54am
worked for me

your answer is correct, you might also write it as

log2 ( √A / B^3 )

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