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Which statements are true? a) `log_(a)b-log_(a)c=(log_(a)b)/(log_(a)c)` b)...
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According to the quotient rule of logarithm:
Hence, statement b) is true and statement a) is false.
Statement c) is false since there is no such rule for the split up.
According to the product rule of logarithm:
Using the exponent rule of logarithm i.e `log_am^n=nlog_am`
Hence, statement d) is true.
Again using the product and the exponent rule of logarithm,
Hence, statement e) is false.
Therefore, statements b) and d) are true.
Posted by llltkl on August 24, 2013 at 3:07 AM (Answer #2)
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