# SOLUTION: My Eemail address is staford904@aol.com. This is my math problem log base 9(x/y^4)^2. Is this the right way to solve 9(xy^4)^2= 9(xy^4(2))= 9xy^8

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 Question 604543: My Eemail address is staford904@aol.com. This is my math problem log base 9(x/y^4)^2. Is this the right way to solve 9(xy^4)^2= 9(xy^4(2))= 9xy^8 Answer by Earlsdon(6294)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Since you have provided an "expresson" rather than an "equation", there is nothing to "solve"! However, you could simplify the given expression: First, simplify the argument: Now apply the "quotient rule" for logarithms: to get: Now apply the "power rule":