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1. Practice Change of Base Formula 5

Suppose b is a positive constant greater than 1, and let A, B, and C be defined as follows : log_b (2) = A, log_b (3) = B, log_b (5) = C Use the properties of logarithms to evaluate the given expression in terms of A, B, and/or C. Note: Use the change-of-base formula.
2. Practice Change of Base Formula 4

Suppose b is a positive constant greater than 1, and let A, B, and C be defined as follows : log_b (2) = A, log_b (3) = B, log_b (5) = C Use the properties of logarithms to evaluate the given expression in terms of A, B, and/or C. Note: Use the change-of-base formula.
3. Practice Change of Base Formula 3

Suppose b is a positive constant greater than 1, and let A, B, and C be defined as follows : log_b (2) = A, log_b (3) = B, log_b (5) = C Use the properties of logarithms to evaluate the given expression in terms of A, B, and/or C. Note: Use the change-of-base formula.
4. Practice Change of Base Formula 2

Suppose b is a positive constant greater than 1, and let A, B, and C be defined as follows : log_b (2) = A, log_b (3) = B, log_b (5) = C Use the properties of logarithms to evaluate the given expression in terms of A, B, and/or C. Note: Use the change-of-base formula.
5. Practice Change of Base Formula 1

Suppose b is a positive constant greater than 1, and let A, B, and C be defined as follows : log_b (2) = A, log_b (3) = B, log_b (5) = C Use the properties of logarithms to evaluate the given expression in terms of A, B, and/or C. Note: Use the change-of-base formula.
6. Practice Express As Natural Logs

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7. Practice In Terms of A, B, and/or C [4]

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8. Practice In Terms of A, B, and/or C [3]

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9. Practice In Terms of A, B, and/or C [2]

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10. Practice In Terms of A, B, and/or C [1]

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11. Practice Sum & Difference of Logs 8

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12. Practice Sum & Difference of Logs 7

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14. Practice Sum & Difference of Log 4

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15. Practice Sum & Difference of Logs 6

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16. Practice Sum & Difference of Logs 5

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17. Practice Sum & Difference of Log 4

Wonderful. A few days ago, I posted three questions about expression logs as natural logs. How is this done?
18. Practice Sum & Difference of Logs 3

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19. Practice In Terms of A, B, and/or C [4]

Suppose b is a positive constant greater than 1, and let A, B, and C be defined as follows : log_b (2) = A, log_b (3) = B, log_b (5) = C Use the properties of logarithms to evaluate the given expression in terms of A, B, and/or C.
20. Practice In Terms of A, B, and/or C [3]

Suppose b is a positive constant greater than 1, and let A, B, and C be defined as follows : log_b (2) = A, log_b (3) = B, log_b (5) = C Use the properties of logarithms to evaluate the given expression in terms of A, B, and/or C.