• **logarithm** ⪢⪢

So if you want to find log base b of x, you're asking "what power you have to raise b to in oder to get x?". #math

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So if you want to find log base b of x, you're asking "what power you have to raise b to in oder to get x?". #math

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• **logarithm** ⪢⪢

When we say "log base b of x equals y", we are saying that b to the y equals x. ┆ x⍻b = y ➔ b˄y = x #math

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When we say "log base b of x equals y", we are saying that b to the y equals x. ┆ x⍻b = y ➔ b˄y = x #math

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• **logarithm** ⪢⪢

Or you can say "If I raise b to the power of y, I'm going to get x." #math

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Or you can say "If I raise b to the power of y, I'm going to get x." #math

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• **logarithm** ⪢⪢

With logs, the base of the log raised to the power of what's on the other side of the equal sign will equal the number that the log is operating on. ┆ x⍻b = y ➔ b˄y = x #math

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With logs, the base of the log raised to the power of what's on the other side of the equal sign will equal the number that the log is operating on. ┆ x⍻b = y ➔ b˄y = x #math

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• **logarithm** ⪢⪢

By definition, when we say "log base b of x equals y", that's the same thing as saying "b to the y equals x". #math

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By definition, when we say "log base b of x equals y", that's the same thing as saying "b to the y equals x". #math

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• **Logarithm**s Explained

In the same way that division is the inverse of multiplication a**logarithm** is just the inverse of exponentiation.

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In the same way that division is the inverse of multiplication a

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• 42 **Logarithm**s Part 2

Base Ten Logs, Natural Logs, and the Change-Of-Base Property

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Base Ten Logs, Natural Logs, and the Change-Of-Base Property

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• 09 Derivatives of **Logarithm**ic and Exponential Functions

Derivatives of**Logarithm**ic and Exponential Functions

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Derivatives of

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• 42 **Logarithm**s Part 2

Base Ten Logs, Natural Logs, and the Change-Of-Base Property

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Base Ten Logs, Natural Logs, and the Change-Of-Base Property

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• 41 **Logarithm**s Part 1

When we say log base b of x equals y, we are saying b to the y equals x. With logs, the base of the log raised to the power of what's on the other side of the equal sign will equal the number that the log is operating on.

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When we say log base b of x equals y, we are saying b to the y equals x. With logs, the base of the log raised to the power of what's on the other side of the equal sign will equal the number that the log is operating on.

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• 43 **Logarithm**s Part 3

**Logarithm**s Part 3: Properties of Logs, Expanding **Logarithm**ic Expressions

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• 43 **Logarithm**s Part 3

**Logarithm**s Part 3: Properties of Logs, Expanding **Logarithm**ic Expressions

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• **Logarithm**s Explained

What is the power that I should raise this base to in order to get this number?

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What is the power that I should raise this base to in order to get this number?

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• **Logarithm**s Explained

Anytime you see log base b of some number n, you can think about it as asking the question "What power do I need to put in my exponent to get b to that power equal to this number n?"

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Anytime you see log base b of some number n, you can think about it as asking the question "What power do I need to put in my exponent to get b to that power equal to this number n?"

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