Q: What is log in mathematics?

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Mathematics"mathematics" is a plural noun already, the subject is Mathematics!

log(2) + log(4) = log(2x)log(2 times 4) = log(2x)2 times 4 = 2 times 'x'x = 4

there is no difference between Mathematics and Arithmetic because Arithmetic is a branch of mathematics. there is no difference between Mathematics and Arithmetic because Arithmetic is a branch of mathematics.

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It is the base of a log e=2.718281828

Natural Log; It's a logarithm with a base of e, a natural constant.

In mathematics, the logarithm function is denoted by "log". The base of the logarithm is typically specified, for example, "Log S" usually refers to the logarithm of S to a certain base (e.g., base 10 or base e).

Log x is a type of logarithm that is used in mathematics. The period of log x will all depend on what the entire problem is. The numbers and letters that are used in conjunction with it, will determine the outcome.

Mathematically, it means nothing since you need some non-negative number of which you have 2 log. Outside of mathematics, a pile of logs would be greater!

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log(x6) = log(x) + log(6) = 0.7782*log(x) log(x6) = 6*log(x)

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Not quite. The log(x/y) = log(x) - log(y) In words, this reads "The log of a quotient is the difference of the log of the numerator and the log of the denominator."

For a quotient x/y , then its log is logx - log y . NOT log(x/y)

The -log in the pH formula represents the negative logarithm base 10 of the concentration of hydrogen ions in a solution. It is used to convert the concentration of hydrogen ions into a more manageable scale for measuring acidity or basicity.