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Change of Base Formula - Problem 3 424 views
Your calculator is programmed to do only logs with base "e" or base 10, so the change of base formula is very important in evaluating logs with other bases. These problems also address many common misconceptions of log notation, particularly linked to parentheses and fractions.
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