## Simplifying Logarithmic Expressions Questions 5

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Question 5

Simplify log 8log ₅ (1/1000)

Solution:

Basic idea : Here totally we have two terms of same bases. First we have to combine them by using logarithmic formulas. Instead of writing two log terms we can write single term and multiply 8 by 1/1000.

= log ₅ 8 + log ₅ (1/1000)

= log (8 x 1/1000)

= log (8/1000)

= log (1/125)

= log (1/5³)

= log (5³)

= -3 log 5

= -3 (1)

= -3

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