In order to either condense or expand logarithms using their properties, what must be? Group of answer choices t

In order to either condense or expand logarithms using their properties, what must be?
Group of answer choices

the need the same exponent

they need the same answer

the need to have the same base

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  1. Answer:
    Last option
    Step-by-step explanation:
    They need same base inorder to apply any property
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    • log_a(bc)=log_a^b+log_a^c
    • log_a(b/c)=log_a^b-log_a^c

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  2. Answer:
    Answer C
    Step-by-step explanation:
    The rules of logarithmic functions require the two log functions to have the same base. If they do not have the same base, you cannot apply any of the rules.

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