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OpenStudy (anonymous):

if i want to express as a single logarithm log b (82)+log b (54) cant i just add 82+54 since the bases are the same if i want to express as a single logarithm log b (82)+log b (54) cant i just add 82+54 since the bases are the same @Physics

OpenStudy (anonymous):

log ab = log a+log b

OpenStudy (anonymous):

so i can just add 82+54

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes

OpenStudy (anonymous):

136 log b

OpenStudy (anonymous):

2logb + log 54 + log82

OpenStudy (lalaly):

no u cant \[\log_b { 54} +\log_b{82} = \log_b(54 \times 82)\]

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