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# AS maths help needed - logs watch

1. a) write logx2 + logxy - log y2 as a single term (numbers are to the power of)
b)hence obtain an expression for y in terms of x if:
logx3 + logxy - logy2 =0

can anyone help
thanks
2. loga + logb = log(ab)
loga - logb = log(a/b)

That should start you off.
3. (Original post by sagar1006)
a) write logx2 + logxy - log y2 as a single term (numbers are to the power of)
b)hence obtain an expression for y in terms of x if:
logx3 + logxy - logy2 =0

can anyone help
thanks
Do you mean and
4. (Original post by steve2005)
Do you mean and
I assume she does. Bring the powers down and then manipulate it using the laws posted in the second post.

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