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Common and Natural L

What is the base of log X? 10.
The natural log of x is equal to what in logarithms? log (base e) x
log(base 10)10^5 =? 5. When the base and the main number are the same, then the exponent becomes the final answer.
What is the change of base formula? Log(base a)b= log (base 10)b/ log (base 10)a
What is the logarithm property of equality? log (base b)a = log (base b)c is equivalent to a=c.
What is the exact solution of 3^2x-3=2? 1/2(log 2/log 3+3)
Solve the equation. log(base 3)(x+4)=2 5.
simplify. log(base b)^(m/n) log(base b)m-log(base b)n
Solve the equation. log(base 2)x+ log(base 2)(3x+5)=1 1/3.
Find the common logarithm. log(57)round to the 4th decimal place. 1.7559
Find the natural logarithm. Ln(65 , round to the 4th decimal place. 4.1744
Find the exact value. log 1/10,000. -4
ln(base e)e^5=? 5.
Created by: dan.hurst