Please show work: 2log(x+3)-1/3logy
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2log(x+3)=log(x+3)^2 and (1/3)log(y)=log(y^(1/3)) or log(cuberoot(y)). Minus between logs means combine by division: log((x+3)^2/cuberoot(y)).

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