College Algebra 7th Edition

Published by Brooks Cole

Chapter 4, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions - Section 4.4 - Laws of Logarithms - 4.4 Exercises: 4

Answer

$2\log x+\log y-\log z$

Work Step by Step

We can expand $\log(\frac{x^{2}y}{z})$ to get: $\log(\frac{x^{2}y}{z})=\log(x^{2}y)-\log z=\log x^{2}+\log y-\log z=2\log x+\log y-\log z$

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