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can some one help me with learning logarithms

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umm, mulitpying them
whats the question?
no i mean , what is the concept of multiplying logarithms, and how?

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do you know about inverse functions?
a little bit
I would suggest you watching some Youtube videos. It's very hard to explain by text, and there are many teachers that upload very useful videos like these, but you absolutely can find better ones: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCJkB0CyIhY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6XjNej6c-0
Well logarithms are inverse exponential functions, reflected over the line y=x
you an watch the videos on Youtube for that topics. ~ Theres a few videos for logarithms.
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