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hazbaz
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Express this as a single log 2log2+log150-log6000 all the logs are in base 10 im not really sure how to do it.

For the 2log2 i said it was log(2^2) but not sure what to do after the answer is -1

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Use log rules.
logX + logY = logXY
logX - logY = logX/Y
log(X^n) = nlogX
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