Hi! I understand the concepts regarding logarithms, but I'm having some trouble showing that the following statement is true, if you could help me out I would really appreciate it 3/(log[2]a) - 2/(log[4]a) = 1/(log[0.5]a) *the square brackets indicate that the log is in the base of the number inside the brackets *THEY ARE NOT NATURAL LOGARITHMS* Thanks again!

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