Condensing Multiple Logarithms

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In this lesson, you will learn how to condense multiple logarithms into one single logarithm. The goal is to get to one logarithm instead of having multiple. By applying the properties of logarithms, you can simplify and rewrite them as one logarithm. The key is to identify the patterns and apply the rules correctly. Follow along with the video to learn more about how to condense logarithms.

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Condensing logarithms with multiple parentheses

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  • Condense the following ln x - 3 [ln(x+4) + ln (x-4)]