eliminating logarithm from one side

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Hi

Would really appreciate some help on this. How do you take exponents to remove log from the left and then make the 0 turn into a 1?

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number in front of log is 1, 1 to the power of 0 is one thus log removed.
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For the first part you just use the power rule for logs remember:

\displaystyle alog(x)=log(x)^a .

For the second bit they use multiplication law:
\displaystyle log(x)+log(y)=log(xy) .

For the last bit they have just took the exponential of both sides, remember

\displaystyle e^{log(x)}=x and e^0=1.
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Thank you!
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