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log of what?
Log of nothing is nothing -.-
\[If \log 5 x=y, then 5^{5y}\]

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you sure that '5' is adjacent to that 'x', and not the base of log?
5^y * 5^y * 5^y * 5^y * 5^y = 5^{5y} x^5
5 is base
I was not able to type it
\(\log(0)\) is actually undefined, @apoorvk.
sure then: you gotta use this theorem: \[\large a^{log_bc} = c^{log_b a}\] |dw:1339384039980:dw|
yeah @Limitless - i was joking up there^ :p
:P I figured.
help in new one
Yuppie i was correct...
yes I was choosing you as best answer but apoorvk gave steps
Create a new thread for a new question @ajaykharabe
@ajaykharabe i dont need medal ... apoorvk is one of the best experts here .. no one can beat him ..............................it is nice to see that u got it :) that is why there is openstudy
@mathslover - you deserve this medal, you posted the solution first :) And no, am not an expert - far from it!! :)
apoorvk i know that i answered it first but the one who explained is you ... no problem that u r not an expert but u r playing the role of expert :)

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