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Q: What is the value of log 5 19 rounded to the nearest hundredth?

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This depends on what 'space' you want to plot it on. Another thing, are the x values all complex, or just real. I did a writeup on a similar question awhile back only considering real values of x, but complex values of y. For the positive sided, one way is to take the log of x^x, then you have log(y) = x*log(x). You can plot this manually on log paper. If you use natural log, instead, then you have ln(y) = x*ln(x), then take e raised to both sides: y = e^(x*ln(x)). To take natural log of a negative number, consider this: if u = A*e^(iÎ˜), then ln(u) = ln(A) + (iÎ˜)*ln(e) = ln(A) + (iÎ˜)

Some basic logarithm rules appear in related links.

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