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Q: logarithm ( Answered 2 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: logarithm
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: southnfried-ga
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Posted: 27 Nov 2005 15:28 PST
Expires: 27 Dec 2005 15:28 PST
Question ID: 598251
log  square root m^3/n                  ^3= to the third
Subject: Re: logarithm
Answered By: answerguru-ga on 27 Nov 2005 15:35 PST
Rated:2 out of 5 stars
Hi southnfried-ga,

log(sqrt(m^3/n)) is a mathematical expression which is equivalent to:

= log(m^3/n)^(1/2)
= (1/2)*log(m^3/n)
= (1/2)*(3log(m) - log(n))

Therefore log(sqrt(m^3/n)) = = (1/2)*(3log(m) - log(n))

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Request for Answer Clarification by southnfried-ga on 27 Nov 2005 15:58 PST
a. 1/2 log m- log n
b.3/2 log m - log n
c. (3 log m -log n)/2
d.(log m - log n) / 2

Clarification of Answer by answerguru-ga on 27 Nov 2005 18:10 PST
Another miscommunication on the precedence of your original question -
I thought you had the square root over m^3/n but it appears it was
just over the m^3. Given that, the correct answer is B.

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