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A logarithmic spiral ...




  Spiral by flickr user Roger Smith
Solve each of the following using logarithms ...

                             When no base is indicated, the
  The Common...
a =b
                x
    a =b
     x




The Change of
Base Law
Now solve these using logarithms ...
Now solve these using logarithms ...
Now solve these using logarithms ...
Use the change of base formula to find the decimal approximation of
each of the following to 4 decimal places ...
Now lets solve some logarithmic equations ...
Pre-Cal 40S April 21, 2009
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  1. 1. A logarithmic spiral ... Spiral by flickr user Roger Smith
  2. 2. Solve each of the following using logarithms ... When no base is indicated, the The Common Logarithm base of the logarithm is base 10.
  3. 3. a =b x a =b x The Change of Base Law
  4. 4. Now solve these using logarithms ...
  5. 5. Now solve these using logarithms ...
  6. 6. Now solve these using logarithms ...
  7. 7. Use the change of base formula to find the decimal approximation of each of the following to 4 decimal places ...
  8. 8. Now lets solve some logarithmic equations ...
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