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An Identity for Solving a Logarithm Problem


Date: 1/25/96 at 16:41:30
From: Anonymous
Subject: nlogn = x

What is the identity for solving this type of problem...

            nlog      n = (a number)
                    baseX

Thanks,

Bill 


Date: 1/27/96 at 20:49:53
From: Doctor Ken
Subject: Re: nlogn = x

Hello!

There are two things you'll have to use to solve this problem:

1) z log(y)  =  log(y^z)

and then

2) log      (y) = z       means the same thing as      b^z  =  y
      base b

Good luck!

-Doctor Ken,  The Math Forum

    
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