I know what log is. It's the inverse of power. What I cant remember is what happens when a base number is not specified. What base number are we supposed to use in say log(10) ?
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As far as I know e is not equal to 10. So, is it 10 or e?
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If the base Number is not specified then we assume it as log with base e...
log(10) means log base 10 of 10.
Since a logarithm is the exponent that you raise a base to produce a value, log(10)=1 since 10^1=10.
log(100) =2 since 10^2=100
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