SOLUTION: write 1+log(base 2) X^3 as a single logarithm. *i dont understand how to do the qustion without changing it into an equation, which would be incorrect. Ex. 1+log(base 2) X^3

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 Question 556295: write 1+log(base 2) X^3 as a single logarithm. *i dont understand how to do the qustion without changing it into an equation, which would be incorrect. Ex. 1+log(base 2) X^3 log(base 2)X^3 = 1 (wrong!) how would i do it ??Found 2 solutions by scott8148, josmiceli:Answer by scott8148(6628)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!1 = log2(2) adding logs means multiplying quantities log2(2) + log2(x^3) = log2(2x^3) Answer by josmiceli(9819)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! The key is to express in terms of a log Make this substitution --------------------- Now use rule answer -------------------- I'll check this by setting ( or any number ) and OK