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simplify the expression if possible. log 0.001

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If base ten, then what is the exponent on 10 that would make the power = 0.001?
i have no idea :(
You know you can rewrite 0.001 as an exponent right?

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0.001 = 1/1000, what is 1000 as a power of ten?
10^3
Great, but since it is in the denominator, 1/1000 = 10^-3.
Does that make sense?
yes. so if you have log w/ 1/1000 how do you evaluate that ?
I will reask my first question: "what is the exponent on 10 that would make the power = 0.001?"
this is a different problem I'm asking about
No it isn't.
Yeah but exponets and logarithms are exponents of each other.
inverses*
Logarithms *are* exponents.
The logarithm tells you (or asks you, if a variable is involved) what the exponent is.
So as @CliffSedge said 0.001 is the same as 10^ -3 .
Do you know your logarithm properties?
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