If log k = c log v + log p, k equals?

1.vcp

2.(vp)c

3.vc + p

4.cv + p

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  • 10 years ago
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    log k= log(v^c) +log p=log(p*v^c)

    so k=(v^c)*p.

    just remember : log(a^b)=b log(a) and log a+ log b= log(a*b)

  • 10 years ago

    log k = c log v + log p,

    log k = log( (v)^c * p)

    k= p(v)^c

    Source(s): maths teacher
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