Evaluate the following logarithmic expression

log1000

Evaluate log1000

We'll do bases e and 2-10

The formula for the change of base rule in log_{b}(x) is as follows:

log_{b}(x) = | Ln(x) |

Ln(b) |

log_{e}(1000) = | Ln(1000) |

Ln(e) |

Ln(e) = 1

log_{e}(1000) = **6.9077552789821**

The formula for the change of base rule in log_{b}(x) is as follows:

log_{b}(x) = | Ln(x) |

Ln(b) |

log_{2}(1000) = | Ln(1000) |

Ln(2) |

log_{2}(1000) = **9.9657842846621**

The formula for the change of base rule in log_{b}(x) is as follows:

log_{b}(x) = | Ln(x) |

Ln(b) |

log_{3}(1000) = | Ln(1000) |

Ln(3) |

log_{3}(1000) = **6.2877098228682**

The formula for the change of base rule in log_{b}(x) is as follows:

log_{b}(x) = | Ln(x) |

Ln(b) |

log_{4}(1000) = | Ln(1000) |

Ln(4) |

log_{4}(1000) = **4.982892142331**

The formula for the change of base rule in log_{b}(x) is as follows:

log_{b}(x) = | Ln(x) |

Ln(b) |

log_{5}(1000) = | Ln(1000) |

Ln(5) |

log_{5}(1000) = **4.2920296742202**

The formula for the change of base rule in log_{b}(x) is as follows:

log_{b}(x) = | Ln(x) |

Ln(b) |

log_{6}(1000) = | Ln(1000) |

Ln(6) |

log_{6}(1000) = **3.8552916268154**

The formula for the change of base rule in log_{b}(x) is as follows:

log_{b}(x) = | Ln(x) |

Ln(b) |

log_{7}(1000) = | Ln(1000) |

Ln(7) |

log_{7}(1000) = **3.5498839873648**

The formula for the change of base rule in log_{b}(x) is as follows:

log_{b}(x) = | Ln(x) |

Ln(b) |

log_{8}(1000) = | Ln(1000) |

Ln(8) |

log_{8}(1000) = **3.3219280948874**

The formula for the change of base rule in log_{b}(x) is as follows:

log_{b}(x) = | Ln(x) |

Ln(b) |

log_{9}(1000) = | Ln(1000) |

Ln(9) |

log_{9}(1000) = **3.1438549114341**

The formula for the change of base rule in log_{b}(x) is as follows:

log_{b}(x) = | Ln(x) |

Ln(b) |

log_{10}(1000) = | Ln(1000) |

Ln(10) |

log_{10}(1000) = **3**

log_{e}(1000) = **6.9077552789821**

log_{2}(1000) = **9.9657842846621**

log_{3}(1000) = **6.2877098228682**

log_{4}(1000) = **4.982892142331**

log_{5}(1000) = **4.2920296742202**

log_{6}(1000) = **3.8552916268154**

log_{7}(1000) = **3.5498839873648**

log_{8}(1000) = **3.3219280948874**

log_{9}(1000) = **3.1438549114341**

log_{10}(1000) = **3**

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log_{e}(1000) = **6.9077552789821**

log_{2}(1000) = **9.9657842846621**

log_{3}(1000) = **6.2877098228682**

log_{4}(1000) = **4.982892142331**

log_{5}(1000) = **4.2920296742202**

log_{6}(1000) = **3.8552916268154**

log_{7}(1000) = **3.5498839873648**

log_{8}(1000) = **3.3219280948874**

log_{9}(1000) = **3.1438549114341**

log_{10}(1000) = **3**

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* Takes the Natural Log base e of a number x Ln(x) → log_{e}x

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* Takes the Natural Log base e of a number x Ln(x) → log

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Ln(a/b) = Ln(a) - Ln(b)

Ln(ab)= Ln(a) + Ln(b)

Ln(e) = 1

Ln(1) = 0

Ln(x^{y}) = y * ln(x)

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Ln(ab)= Ln(a) + Ln(b)

Ln(e) = 1

Ln(1) = 0

Ln(x

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- euler
- Famous mathematician who developed Euler's constant
- logarithm
- the exponent or power to which a base must be raised to yield a given number
- natural logarithm
- its logarithm to the base of the mathematical constant e

e^{Ln(x)}= x - power
- how many times to use the number in a multiplication

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