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log(x) + log(2) = log(2)Subtract log(2) from each side:log(x) = 0x = 100 = 1

xlog10 = x This is a simple rule of logs, because log(base10)10 = 1. Any value multiplied by one equals itself. So pi*log10 = pi(1) = pi.

It equals 1 + 3z and, unless you know the value of z, you are not going to be any the wiser as to its value.

3^(-2x + 2) = 81? log(3^(-2x + 2)) = log(81) (-2x+2)log(3) = log(81) -2x = log(81)/log(3) - 2 x = (-1/2)(log(81)/log(3)) + 1

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acording to me the value is 0 because the value of log 1 at any base is always 0.

Zero!

log (short for logarithm) does not actually have a value. It is actually an operation. So if you see log(10), for instance, you need to take the logarithm of the number in the parenthesis. To do that, just ask yourself "ten raised to WHAT POWER equals the number inside the parenthesis?" And log(#) = that exponent. To finish the example above, log(10) asks you 10? = 10. The answer here is 1, so log(10)=1.

If the log of x equals -3 then x = 10-3 or 0.001or 1/1000.

Yes. It's 1.

It equals the absolute value of -1. Example: 1=|-1|

log(-3,2.3914850069628266…i) = 1.26ie. (-3)1÷1.26=2.3914850069628266…i

log(x) + log(2) = log(2)Subtract log(2) from each side:log(x) = 0x = 100 = 1

xlog10 = x This is a simple rule of logs, because log(base10)10 = 1. Any value multiplied by one equals itself. So pi*log10 = pi(1) = pi.

logx +7=1+log(x-1) 6=log(x-1)-logx 6=log[(x-1)/x] 10^6=(x-1)/x 1,000,000x=x-1 999,999x=-1 x=-1/999,999

log x2 = 2 is the same as 2 log x = 2 (from the properties of logarithms), and this is true for x = 10, because log x2 = 2 2 log x = 2 log x = 1 log10 x = 1 x = 101 x = 10 (check)

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