Properties of Logarithms using Division

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In this lesson, we learn about the properties of logarithms using division. By separating values inside the logarithm with division, we can convert them into two separate values that can be evaluated using logarithmic rules. This property is useful when trying to simplify complex logarithmic equations.

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Overview of properties of logs using division

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  • Simplify (log(base a )8)/(log(base a )4 )