# SOLUTION: Need some help with logarithm: thanks for helping in advance, I really appreciate it. Rewrite the expression 2 log3(x+3)-5log 3(2x-1)+log3 5, as a single logarithm with coeffici

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 Question 603113: Need some help with logarithm: thanks for helping in advance, I really appreciate it. Rewrite the expression 2 log3(x+3)-5log 3(2x-1)+log3 5, as a single logarithm with coefficient 1. Assume all variables represent positive real numbers for which all logs are defined. Answer by KMST(1863)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I assume your expression was where each "3" was the base of a logarithm. You must have learned properties of logarithms such as You can read those properties from right to left, too, because the equal sign is a two-way street. So , and you can apply all of those properties to transform your expression, like this: