Simplify logarithm expr

Given that logxU + logxV =p and logxU - logxV =q

Prove that U=x^½(p+q)


U = (Correct answer is: pow(x,(p+q)/2)) Wrong answer

Step-by-step explanation:

logxU+logxV=p logxUlogxV=q  (1)+(2)  logxU+logxV+(logxUlogxV)=p+q  2 logxU=p+q  logxU=(p+q)/2  U=x(p+q)/2

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