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260 L24 Properties of Logarithms; Logarithmic and Exponential Equations For any positive numbers x , y and for any real r , p (0 p ) the following properties hold ( 0 a > , 1 a ): log ( ) log log aa a x yx y =+ log log log a x x y y ⎛⎞ =− ⎜⎟ ⎝⎠ log log r x rx = 1 log log p a a x x p =⋅ log 1 a a = log 1 0 a = Identities ( ) log x a ax = for all real x log a x = for 0 x > Change of Base Formula If a , b , x are positive with 1 a and 1 b , then log log log b a b x x a =

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261 Example : Simplify the expressions. ln 3 e = 3 ln x e = 2 4log 2 x = 4 9 9 log 3 ⎛⎞ = ⎜⎟ ⎝⎠ 64 log 2 = Example : Rewrite the expressions using properties of logarithms where it is appropriate. All variables represent positive numbers. 2 log (3 2 ) x y + x y (1 ) y 3 5 x y z =
262 Example : Use the properties of logarithms to write as a single logarithm. Find the domain. 77 7 1 2log log 3log 4 x yz +− = Common Logarithm We denote: 10 log log x x = It is called the common logarithm of x .

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