#### kikithecat

##### New member

- Joined
- Nov 24, 2017

- Messages
- 5

The question I have to complete is this : "Let x and y be two positive real numbers such that log[SUB]x[/SUB]y+log[SUB]y[/SUB]x = 3. Find the value of log[SUB]x[/SUB]y[SUP]2[/SUP]+log[SUB]y[/SUB]x[SUP]2[/SUP]." Now, I have simplified the equation down to 2log[SUB]x[/SUB]+2log[SUB]y[/SUB](x), but I don't know how to find the value after that. Would the 3 from the original equation have to be squared as well? Any guidance from there would be helpful.

Thanks!