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## What is the value of log base 6 36?

Logarithm base 6 of 36 is 2 .

**How do you solve Log3 6?**

Log3 (6) = 1.6309297536.

### Which of the following is equivalent to LOGB 8 )/ LOGB 2?

For example, 23 = 8 ⇒ log2 8 = 3 (the logarithm of 8 to base 2 is equal to 3, because 23 = 8). Similarly, log2 64 = 6, because 26 = 64. Therefore, it is obvious that logarithm operation is an inverse one to exponentiation….Logarithm Values Tables.

log2(x) | Notation | Value |
---|---|---|

log2(23) | lb(23) | 4.523562 |

log2(24) | lb(24) | 4.584963 |

**What Log3 7?**

Algebra Examples The result can be shown in multiple forms. log(7)log(3) 1.77124374… 1.77124374 …

#### What is the value of 3 log base 3?

1

Logarithm base 3 of 3 is 1 .

**What is LOGB?**

Definition: The logarithm base b of x is denoted by logb x, where both b and x should be positive. The expression logb x asks, to what power must I raise b in order to get x? In other words, if x = bn, then logb x = n, because x is b to the nth power. Logarithms are the inverse functions of exponentials.

## What does log2 8 mean?

x = logb y. x = log2 8. This means the logarithm of 8 to the base 2. It is the exponent to which 2 must be raised to get 8. We know that 2(2)(2) = 8.

**What does 4log10 mean?**

A 4-log kill reduces the colony to 100 bacteria after a 99.99% reduction; A 5-log kill reduces the colony to 10 bacteria after a 99.999% reduction; A 6-log kill reduces the colony to 1 MRSA bacterium after a 99.9999% reduction.

### How do you solve log9 3?

To solve the equation log9 (3) = x carry out the following steps.

- loga (x) = logb (x) / logb (a) With b = 10: loga (x) = log(x) / log(a)
- With x = 3, a = 9: log9 (3) = log(3) / log(9)
- log(3) / log(9) = 0.477121254719662 / 0.954242509439325. = 0.5. = Logarithm of 3 with base 9.

**What Log3 9?**

What is the value of log3 9? Log3 (9) = 2.

#### How does a log work?

In mathematics, the logarithm is the inverse function to exponentiation. That means the logarithm of a given number x is the exponent to which another fixed number, the base b, must be raised, to produce that number x.