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This one im kind of confused on... :/ 4. Use the Change of Base Formula to evaluate log(2)74. (1 point) (2) = base 4.304 5.904 6.209 1.869

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    4. Use the Change of Base Formula to evaluate log(2)74. (1 point) (2) = base 4.304 5.904 6.209 1.869

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    log(2)74 = log(74)/log(2) = ???

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    Nvm, i found the answer. Its C, 6.209. :)

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    yep

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    Thanks tho! :)

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    np, glad you figured it out

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    I think the rule is take the log of the number using a log on your calculator (like log10 or ln) then divide by the log of the "funny base"

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