Q: How do you get log 13(7) out of log 13(2) log 13(3) and log 13(5)?

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Not quite. The log(x/y) = log(x) - log(y) In words, this reads "The log of a quotient is the difference of the log of the numerator and the log of the denominator."

"Log" is not a normal variable, it stands for the logarithm function.log (a.b)=log a+log blog(a/b)=log a-log blog (a)^n= n log a

log(x) - log(6) = log(15)Add log(6) to each side:log(x) = log(15) + log(6) = log(15 times 6)x = 15 times 6x = 90

No. log 20 is a positive number , so it you subtract it from log 5 you get less than log 5. However, log10 5 = 1 - log102 = 2- log1020 . or log 5 - log 20 = log 5 - log 4*5 = log 5 - (log 5 + log 4) = log 5 - log 5 - log 4 = - log 4 But we do not need to do all of these computations, because log 5 is different from log 5 - log 20 by the law of the equality that says two equals remain equal if and only if we subtract (in our case) the same thing from them.

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Not quite. The log(x/y) = log(x) - log(y) In words, this reads "The log of a quotient is the difference of the log of the numerator and the log of the denominator."

No. The log of a quotient is the log of a denominator subtracted from the log of the numerator.

"Log" is not a normal variable, it stands for the logarithm function.log (a.b)=log a+log blog(a/b)=log a-log blog (a)^n= n log a