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Use the product rule for logarithms: $\log_b\left(MN\right)=\log_b\left(M\right)+\log_b\left(N\right)$, where $M=x^2$ and $N=4$

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$\log_{4}\left(x^2\right)+\log_{4}\left(4\right)$

Learn how to solve expanding logarithms problems step by step online. Expand the logarithmic expression log4(4*x^2). Use the product rule for logarithms: \log_b\left(MN\right)=\log_b\left(M\right)+\log_b\left(N\right), where M=x^2 and N=4. Evaluating the logarithm of base 4 of 4. Using the power rule of logarithms: \log_a(x^n)=n\cdot\log_a(x).

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