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Hey all, anyone do the math module problem homework 2 with the ceiling test 2log7(12)? not sure how to write that in python. thanks.

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    i belive its 7^(log(7^12)) = (7^12)^(log(7))

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    do you get it or is it supposed to be in decimal form? if thats the case its 1.276989

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    ceiling_test=math.ceil(279/19)+(7**12)**(math.log(7)) which gives: 5.41774095974e+19 how does one write: 2 log_7(12) this is what i'm trying to do.

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    i appreciate your responding. thank you.

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    Davek, is this from the MIT MEchMOOC? IF so try posting it in the right study group.

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    it is. which is the correct study group? thanks.

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