Question 110358: Explain the difference between a logarithm of a product and the product of logarithms and give examples of each.
I know the logarithm of a product is the sum. I know the second part is multiplication of two logarithms. I just can't think of an example.
I think the logarithm of a product would be log(6*7)= log(6) + log(7)
For the product of two logarithms, multiplication is used. I am confused. Please help... Answer by josmiceli(9817) (Show Source):