Overview of Logs using Exponents

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In this lesson, we learn about a logarithm property that states whenever there is a number as an exponent, it can be multiplied by the log. The instructor explains this with real numbers and shows how it works. He then goes on to show how to apply it in different situations such as with fractions and natural logarithms. Overall, this lesson provides a good understanding of logs using exponents.

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Overview of logs using exponents

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  • (i)log (2)⁴ base 2= (ii) log a⁶ =