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WHAT ARE THE EASIEST WAY TO STUDY LOGARITHMS?

Guest Sep 7, 2017
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Logarithms, or Log, represented as \(Log_{x}(y)=z\), is same as \(x^z=y\). But In \(x^z=y\), you are trying to get the value of y, but in \(Log_{x}(y)=z\), you are trying to get the value of z, not y. Sometimes you will not see x in place. That means it's value is set to 10. So \(Log_{x}(y)=z\) means something like "if you have put an exponent z to x and got y, what is that exponent z's value?".

Just remember this. That's all you have to do.

XxdenurlxX  Sep 7, 2017
edited by XxdenurlxX  Sep 7, 2017
edited by XxdenurlxX  Sep 7, 2017

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