anonymous
  • anonymous
Can someone teach me how to isolate P1 from L=10Log(Pi/P0) if 10 is the base of the logarithm. I know the answer but I want is the procedure.
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amistre64
  • amistre64
What does P1 represent? I see a P0..but am unsure what you need help with
amistre64
  • amistre64
......i guess so lol

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amistre64
  • amistre64
must be an accounting error ;)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
just isolate P1 from L=10log(P1/Po). I need the procedure
anonymous
  • anonymous
you just gotta use log rules, a base to the log of it is the base itself: L=10log(blah) so 10^L=10^10log(blah) so 10^L=blah
anonymous
  • anonymous
amistre, congratulations on making a superhero not a joke, shows that you have helped alot of people
anonymous
  • anonymous
or the quotient rule... log(x/y)=log(x)-log(y)
amistre64
  • amistre64
ohh...so instead if "Pi" its P1? just trying to get a sense of the problem but log rules say that division is subtraction log(a/b) = log(a) - log(b)
amistre64
  • amistre64
thankx oktal :) but I am still leary of how much "help" I have been ;)
anonymous
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you have been a GREAT help to me, and I am sure to MANY others
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thank you guys!
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did we answer the question?
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amistre64
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L = 10log(P1/Po) L = log(P1^10/Po^10) L = 10(log(P1) - log(P0)) (L/10) + log(P0) = log(P1) 10^(L/10 + log(Po)) = P1 10^(L/10) 10^log(Po) = P1 this is what I get to so far :)
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Yeah you perfectly answered my question guys. I was messing with something that now makes me laugh. Thanks again
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wait... whad i win?
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lol yo i gotta go to chinese class now, wo shi zhong guo xue sheng...
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