A = 3

B=-5

C=8
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yu shuer thats the rite quesshun?????????? abc=3*8*(-5)=-120 take square root(-120)...yu get komplex variabels... =10.95445115i ?????? then yu want log av komplex number ?????? then kube that ???????
answered Dec 14, 2015 by muneepenee
My thoughts exactly, muneepenee!

This cannot be evaluated if sqrt(abc) is included in the expression because it would imply sqrt(-120). However, if ^3 followed by square root is meant to represent cube root of -120, this would lead to taking the log of a negative number which is also not possible. If the expression includes sqrt(a)*b*c the negative b precludes evaluation of the log.

answered Dec 14, 2015 by Rod Top Rated User (442,460 points)

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