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log2 + log3
log3 + log7
log4 + log 20
log0.2 + log11
log0.3 + log 0.4
This table to the left clearly shows that the log of 2 numbers added together will equal the log of the number multiplied. The table below clearly shows that log (?) + log (y) will equal log (?y). Let log x = a, let log y = b. Therefore 10a = x and 10b = y, these two equations can then be simplified to 10(a+b) =x*y. it is then possible to convert this back to log (xy) = a + b.
log5 + log4
log3 + log2
log4 + log8
log6 + log3
log3 + log26
log7 + log4
log12 - log3
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