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## #1 Help Me ! » convert sum od exponents into product of exponents » 2013-07-08 06:43:55

nando88
Replies: 3

Is there a way to go from having a^2+b^2=c^2 to a^2*b^2=c^2, in order for me to add the exponents if they have the same base?

## #2 Re: Help Me ! » Apply logarithms to both sides of an equation » 2013-07-08 02:58:57

whe will a log of a number return a whole number?

## #3 Re: Help Me ! » Apply logarithms to both sides of an equation » 2013-07-08 01:44:53

How could I apply a logarithm to 3^3+3^4?

## #4 Re: Help Me ! » Apply logarithms to both sides of an equation » 2013-07-08 00:11:07

and if I had something like log(3^3+3^4)=log(3^7), how could I simplify log(3^3+3^4). How could you solve this, because I tried adding what's inside the parenthesis and then applying logarithm and it didn't work. How can I solve this equation?

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## #6 Help Me ! » Apply logarithms to both sides of an equation » 2013-07-07 17:47:39

nando88
Replies: 16

I have an equation that looks something like this= a^2+b=c and I want to apply logarithms to both sides of the equation, can someone please tell me how would the equation look like after applying the logarithm to both sides?