given that c is the logarithm of x in base a, and d is the logarithm of x in base b, find the general statement that expresses the log of x ib base ab, in terms of c and d.

I couldn't include subscripts, but here are what the logs should look like: loga_x=c ; logb_x=d...logab_x = [in terms of c and d]

I have no clue where to start 8|

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