How do you rewrite ln5 plus 2ln6 as a single log?
you can add logarithms if they both have the same base use this rule if they both have the same base, a: logam+logan= loga(mxn) all you have to do is multiply the base numerals together (mxn) :) ln5+2ln6 = loge(5)+2loge(6) simplify it using nlogam= logam^n = loge(5)+loge(6)^2 = loge(5)+loge(36) use the first rule at the very top = loge(5x36) =loge(180) ...
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Are the loge seats at td bank north garden good for a concert?
yes and no, the loge seats in section 12, 13 14 , 1, 22 and 21 are the best. any other section is OK , but in general all the loge seats are good , ...
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Is Log x equal to In x?
No. Log x may be written more explicitly as log10(x). That is, the logarithm of x to the base 10. Assuming that In x is a misprint for ln x, this is loge(x) ie the logarithm of e to the base e. log10(x) = loge(x)/loge(10) ...