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compute all the numbers and see that they are equal

you need \(\log(100)\) and also \(\log(10000)\) first

if you have a power of ten , the log counts the zeros

lol i have no idea how to do this

If you have problems understanding logarithms, always remember one thing:
LOGARITHMS are EXPONENTS

Yea i guess so how do we answer this

so 6 is the answeR?

how do we get 6 for the left hand side?

\(\log(100)\) measn \(\log_{10}(100)\) and since \(100=10^2\) we know \(\log(100)=2\)

last job is to solve \(\log(10000)\) i.e. solve \(10^y=10000\) for \(y\)

3 would be the y?

What makes you think it is 3?

because it has to equal to six idk i'm confused