Algebra II: Is logarithmic statement sometimes, always or never true
 This is a free lesson from our course in Algebra II

 In this lesson you'll learn the process of reasoning and logic to check whether an algebraic statement is sometimes true, always true or never true. All this is explained with the help of some examples presented by the instructor using video and in own handwriting. The statement represent the use of properties learned and whether you can find errors or lack there of contained therein. For example, Log2{x/y}4 = 4(log2x – log2y) is always true, power property and then quotient property. Then, 9 = 3 is some times true (if we put equal to x2, a negative 3 would work also) and the statement log(10 - |x|) > 1 is never true.
Other useful lessons:
 Solving logarithmic equations Evaluate value of a logarithmic expression The laws of logarithm Solving assorted equations using logarithms Natural logarithm Convert logarithmic expression from one base to another
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