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Is this solving or simplifying?

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Pre calculus 12 (Exponential and Logarithmic functions)
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You're over thinking this. If you clearly show how you got from the sum of the logs to 6, including the steps of going from log(64) to log(2^(6)) to 6, you shouldn't be marked down for it if your teacher is actually concerned with you demonstrating that you understand the concepts.
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If it's just an expression, you're simplifying/evaluating.  
If it's an equation, you're solving.

There are no variables here and no equals sign. You're simplifying. There is nothing to solve.
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> if I’m asked to SIMPLIFY instead of SOLVE, would I leave it at log26?

No
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Expressions are simplified. Equations are solved.

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