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  1. anonymous
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    in an exponential expression like this: \[2^{x}\]=m 2 is the base and x is the exponent. If i transform it to a logarithm, we have that \[\log _{2}(m)=x\] if 2 is called the base again, how do i call m?

  2. anonymous
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    We call it " log m to the base 2 is equal to x "

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    so m doesnt have an specific name. Like in exponential notation (base, index).

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    You can call it the domain of the logarithmic function.

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    ahhh ok. That was a really good answer!

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    My pleasure

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    Its like when you work with trigonometric function, do you provide any name to the x in sin(x)?

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    You just call it "x is the domain of the trigonometric sine function "

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    Similarly things go here.

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    cool. I asked three of my teachers about it. And non of them gave me an answer like that. Thanks dude

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    you are welcome

  12. anonymous
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    Mr John Roshan are you there?

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    Thank you Mr Luis Villamagua (you know for what)

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