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Showing Intermidate steps

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  • Subject: [mg2903] Showing Intermidate steps
  • From: h9502260 at hkusub.hku.hk (Leung Hing Chau)
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jan 1996 02:17:18 -0500
  • Organization: The University of Hong Kong

Once I want to write a Mathematica program which shows all the steps 
of expanding logrithm, for example, 

  log[x^2*y*z]
= log[x^2] + log [y*z] 
= 2 log[x] +log [y] + log [z]

But I find it difficult to express it in Mathematica. Anyone can help?



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