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Condensing Logarithms - Problem 5
MA, Stanford University
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Remind yourself of how fractional exponents work before attempting to condense logs that involve fractional powers or roots. You'll be using the power rule to move the fractional exponents into and out of products with the log. Sometimes errors happen when we're not precise about which logs get the factor turned into a power and which do not- be extremely careful with your use of parentheses!
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