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    question!!

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    A. 7.213 B. 0.139 C. 3.466 D. 13.591

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    32 = 2^(....?)

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    2^5 ?

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    @gohangoku58 @jim_thompson5910 ?? :O

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    yes, now u know which property of log to use ?

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    i am writing this for third time. \(\huge \log a^b=b\log a\)

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    no.. lol

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    okay so i get log(5)/log(0.693) ??? idk really... :/

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    \(\huge \log 32=\log 2^5=5\log 2=?\)

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    umm 1.505149978 ??

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    ln(32) = ln(2^5) ln(32) = 5*ln(2) ln(32) = 5*[Given value for ln(2)] ln(32) = ???

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    3.465735903 ??? so my answer is C. 3.466 ??

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    yep

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    sorry, lost connection...

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    okay thanks!! wait so ln is different that log right?? cuz i think i entered log and thats how i got 1.505... btu ln i got 3.466..... :/ whats the difference??

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    log has base = 10 ln has base = e = 2.8 approx...

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    so thats why sometimes they are the same, but sometimes they are diff?? but tin the end they are diff??

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