What is 4log1/2^w(2log1/2^u-3log1/2^v written as a single logarithm?

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Solution 1

Guest #3634
2 months ago
Given:

4log1/2^w (2log1/2^u-3log1/2^v)

Req'd:

Single logarithm = ?

Sol'n:

First remove the parenthesis,

4 log 1/2 (w) + 2 log 1/2 (u) - 3 log 1/2 (v)

Simplify each term,

Simplify the 4 log 1/2 (w) by moving the constant 4 inside the logarithm;
Simplify the 2 log 1/2 (u) by moving the constant 2 inside the logarithm;
Simplify the -3 log 1/2 (v) by moving the constant -3 inside the logarithm:

log 1/2 (w^4)  + 2 log 1/2 (u) - 3 log 1/2 (v)
log 1/2 (w^4) + log 1/2 (u^2) - log 1/2 (v^3)

We have to use the product property of logarithms which is log of b (x) + log of b (y) = log of b (xy):

Thus,

Log of 1/2 (w^4 u^2) - log of 1/2 (v^3)

then use the quotient property of logarithms which is log of b (x)  - log of b (y) = log of b (x/y)

Therefore,

log of 1/2 (w^4 u^2 / v^3)

and for the final step and answer, reorder or rearrange w^4 and u^2:

log of 1/2 (u^2 w^4 / v^3)

Solution 2

Guest #3635
2 months ago

Step-by-step explanation:

Given : Expression

To write : As a single logarithm?

Solution :

Remove parenthesis,

Simplify each term by applying logarithmic property,

Use the product property of logarithms,

Use the quotient property of logarithms,

Therefore,

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