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Logarithm help - see drawing...

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    |dw:1347511210629:dw|

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    How do I solve that?

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    Is it like 1/3 or something? Because 2^3 = 8...

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    ask yourself what power you would raise the number 8 to in order to get 2 i.e. solve \(8^x=2\) for \(x\)

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    yes, it is \(\frac{1}{3}\) because \[8^{\frac{1}{3}}=\sqrt[3]{8}=2\]

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    use the property of logarithm: \(\huge log_ba=\frac{log a}{log b}\) yup its 1/3.

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    Thanks @hartnn & @satellite73!

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    welcome :)

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