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340 -- How To Appreciate Logs Without
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A LOG IS AN EXPONENT. A LOG IS AN EXPONENT.
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The log of a sum can't be simplified unless the numbers are the same.
The log of a difference can't be simplified unless the numbers are the same.
When you multiply numbers, you add the logs.
When you divide numbers, you subtract the logs.
When you raise to a power, you multiply the logs.
When you take a root, you divide the logs.

Vocabulary:
base
e
exponent
exponential function
log
logarithm
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