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Using Properties of Logarithms

Using Properties of Logarithms 1.15 - Solution

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a

The inverse properties of logarithms state that a logarithm and a power with the same base undo each other. The logarithm has the base Thus, a power with the same base will undo it.

b

We proceed in the same manner here. Again the power we will use has the base

c

We proceed in the same manner here.