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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

simplify eloge

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  1. anonymous
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    ?

  2. anonymous
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    \[e\log(e)\] \[e\log_e\] what base is the log?

  3. anonymous
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    elog(e)

  4. anonymous
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    if it is log base e then then answer is e

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    why is that?

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    since \[\log_e(e)=1\]

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    if it is log base ten then there is nothing to simplify

  8. anonymous
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    often \[\log_e(x)\] is written as \[\ln(x)\]so i was not sure

  9. anonymous
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    so if loge(e) =1 how did you get e as your answer

  10. anonymous
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    oh sorry for the confusion satellite

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    oh i thought you wrote \[e\log(e)\]

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    yes i did write elog(e)

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    which if the base of the log was e would be \[e\times 1=e\] i am not sure what that e is doing out front. did you mean that as the base?

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    oh no thats correct now

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    ok then if the log means log base e, the answer is e times 1 equals e

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