Thanks.

]]>Given that, Log2=3.14 Log3=616

These values are not correct.

]]>Solve the following logarithm:

Log6 + Log10. Given that, Log2=3.14 Log3=616

= Log(2*3)+Log10 = Log2+log3 +log10= (3.14+616+1) = 620.14.

Note that, Log10=1

This is what I mean.

I hope you cotton.

]]>whe will a log of a number return a whole number?

Hi nando

Welcome to the forum!

Well, it depends on the base of the logarithm. If you have the logarithm base 10, then the logarithm of the integer powers of ten will be integers.

]]>whe will a log of a number return a whole number?

Sometimes the when a log question is given, one could arrive on figures which you must substitute them into it. Actually the question setter, will set it in such way that you will arrive on those whole numbers. An finally you will substitute.

]]>and if I had something like log(3^3+3^4)=log(3^7), how could I simplify log(3^3+3^4). How could you solve this, because I tried adding what's inside the parenthesis and then applying logarithm and it didn't work. How can I solve this equation?

Check very well from the source I suppose there should be some kind of: log2=3.142 or Log3=616 or something, so that you can substitute into the equation, because to me this log could be solved to some extent but good final solution is not possible. If something of that kind is not provided.

]]>I'm trying to anticipate your next step; maybe like this would be useful:

Bob

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