What is log(10) ?
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) ?
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
If the base Number is not specified then we assume it as log with base e...
by Ginny4 months ago
What is the best anime or manga for a 10 year old boy?
by WebbyAvatar6 years ago
To start with...Algorithm and Logarithm
by odie_driver6 years ago
I've heard a lot of speculation about the end of the world upcoming on May 21, 2011 - but.. what if it doesn't happen? What will happen to those people who fervently believe that the end of the world is nigh? Will we...
by Jason Seale21 months ago
Hi Fellow Hubbers!I have done a bit of (unscientific) averaging of AdSense income on HubPages.com, and calculated an earnings rule for Hubs:On average, any given hub will earn about $10.00 per year.My page showing my...
by David Sproull6 years ago
Why can't I log in to hubpages on my android phone?
by mathsciguy6 years ago
Many people in the world today have abandoned any rigorous sense of rationality in favor of a life of il-logic. This is an opportunity for those who have not to share and comment upon their experiences with the...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.