In this unit we will be discussing Expanding logarithmic functions, condensing logarithmic functions, solving exponential and logarithmic equations
When expanding logarithms we must take into account of the different rules that come with it.
log6(5) + log6(x^3) - log6(y)As you can see here we're literally just expanding the equation by attaching log6() to every piece
When using this property, you move any exponent to the front of the variable by which the exponent is attached to
log6(x^3) = 3log6(x)
log6(5) + 3log6(x) - log6(y)