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Expanding Logarithms - Problem 6 480 views
Review how fractional exponents connect with roots before starting to expand logs that involve any kind of root or radical. If a root is inside a log, first re-write it with a fractional exponent, and then move the exponent out in front of the log to make a product. This is allowed because of the product rule. Then expand further into sums or differences.
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