# When condensing a logarithm using the the product property, you combine the answers by dividing them. Group of answer choice

When condensing a logarithm using the the product property, you combine the answers by dividing them.

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When condensing a logarithm using the the power property, you move the front number to become the exponent on the log.

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When condensing a logarithm using the the quotient property, you combine the answers by dividing them.

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### 2 thoughts on “When condensing a logarithm using the the product property, you combine the answers by dividing them. Group of answer choice”

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Step-by-step explanation:
$$\textsf{Product Rule}:\quad \log_n(x)+\log_n(y)=\log_n(xy)$$
When condensing a logarithm using the product rule, you combine the answers by multiplying them.
$$\textsf{Power Rule}:\quad a \log_n(x)=\log_n(x)^a$$
When condensing a logarithm using the power rule, you move the front number to become the exponent on the log.
$$\textsf{Quotient Rule}:\quad \log_n(x)+\log_n(y)=\log_n\left(\dfrac{x}{y}\right)$$
When condensing a logarithm using the the quotient rule, you combine the answers by dividing them.

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#1
• log_a(bc)=log_a^b+log_a^c
Not divide we multiply
• False
#2
• logb^a=alogb
Yes
• True
#3
Yes it’s reverse of first one
• True