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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