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4.
Use the properties of logarith ms to rewrite each expression as the logarithm of a single expression. Be sure
to use positive exponents and avoid radicals
2 In 4x33 n y n z6
In(x2 16) - In(x 4)
b.
а.
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Transcribed Image Text:4. Use the properties of logarith ms to rewrite each expression as the logarithm of a single expression. Be sure to use positive exponents and avoid radicals 2 In 4x33 n y n z6 In(x2 16) - In(x 4) b. а.
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