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65. a. 5logs7 b. 8logV7 c. 1.3log13 75 d. log, 16 e. log; V3 log4 66. а. 2ов,3 b. 10los(1/2) c. log,7 d. log11 121 e. log121 11 f. logs 67. a. 2logt b. довья c. log2(eln 2)(sin x) c. log,(2" sin x) Aln: 68. a. 25logs (3r) b. log,(e") -/4

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Simplify the expressions in Exercises 65–68.

65. a. 5logs7
b. 8logV7
c. 1.3log13 75
d. log, 16
e. log; V3
log4
66. а. 2ов,3
b. 10los(1/2)
c. log,7
d. log11 121
e. log121 11
f. logs
67. a. 2logt
b. довья
c. log2(eln 2)(sin x)
c. log,(2" sin x)
Aln:
68. a.
25logs (3r)
b. log,(e")
-/4
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Transcribed Image Text:65. a. 5logs7 b. 8logV7 c. 1.3log13 75 d. log, 16 e. log; V3 log4 66. а. 2ов,3 b. 10los(1/2) c. log,7 d. log11 121 e. log121 11 f. logs 67. a. 2logt b. довья c. log2(eln 2)(sin x) c. log,(2" sin x) Aln: 68. a. 25logs (3r) b. log,(e") -/4
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