Asked by: southnfried-ga
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27 Nov 2005 15:30 PST
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Question ID: 598254
whats the corresponding number for this logarithm: 0.81293?
Answered By: answerguru-ga on 27 Nov 2005 15:39 PST
Hi southnfried-ga, In order to find the corresponding logarithm for 0.81293, we must solve this equation: = log(x) = 0.81293 10^(log(x)) = 10^0.81293 x = 6.50 The trick is to eliminate the log by raising both sides of the equation by 10 (the implied base of the log). Thanks for using Google Answers. answerguru-ga
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