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Domain of this function

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  • DLS
\[\LARGE \log_2[\log_3(\log_4x)]\]
The domain of \(\log_4 x\) is _ ^_^?
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How do we proceed? \[\log_4x>0 ~or \log_3(\log_4x)>0?\]

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@ParthKohli do methodwise :|
Let \(\log_3 (\log_4(x)) = a\). You have \(\log _2 (a)\). The domain of that is...?
use the domain of log in each case ..making note of what is the base,and values possible for each log function
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Remember that in the case of logs, the domain is \(a > 0\).
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oh yeah i know that :O
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so?
So that is the answer to your question!
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NO :/
You should also remember that \(\log(x) > 0\) so it is needless to say that \(a > 0\).
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answer nahi hai wo :/
Of course that is the answer to your question.\[\{ x \in \mathbb R : x > 0\}\]
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arre nahi hai bc :/
lol
log2(log3(log4x)) for log2 ( ) to be defined, log3(log4x) >0 that'll mean log4x >1 , hence x>4 ^_^
Just kidding.\[x > 4\]
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winner
Arrey yeh Shubham jeet gaye!
:')
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log3(log4x) >0 that'll mean log4x >1 , hence x>4 ??
yes, sahi kaha :P
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kya matlab
Main toh bhool hi gayi thee ki bases bhi hain. lolol
ye to clear hai ki log3(log4x) > 0 hoga. log 1 = 0, kisi bhi base pe (except 1) hence log4x > 1 hona chaiye h a i n a ?
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logs padade bc :/
\[\log_a b = \dfrac{\log b}{\log a}\]
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so much win by writing that
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8-)
So much sarcasm! ^_^
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no one failed to make me understand till now :3
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i mean everyone failed lol
only one man can save they day he is right here, looking at the question, in silence! is this silence before the storm ? my dear friend, we will know soon, we all know who that person is! comeon @yrelhan4 :')
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arre yaar tum log quality answers do :/
:-)
chala gay :P
gaya* :|
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oh gawd i have to waste another hour on this -_- just one dam question
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lol lololol @yrelhan4 jhand
Sorry guys I have IIT JEE at 3 am gotta go
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\[\LARGE \log_3{(\log_4x)}>0\]
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what next
abe yaar, sachin ponting dono out :/
Haan yaar, Dinesh hai :-]
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@yrelhan4 please
10 overs 95 runs, banega? :/
Nahi banega!
Gayle hai na banda! 8-)
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f u c k y o u g u y s :/ just answer it
Meri besti kregi to mai nhi btaunga aata bhi hoga to. :/
krego*
sharma jita dega mujhe intuition aa raha hai :)
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merse kya dushmani hai yaar BATADO PLEASE
\[\log_3 (\log_4 x) > 0\]Dono sides ka exponentiation karo!
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kaise karte hai hai !
main kabhi tumhari bezzati nahi kRERta @yrelhan4 , sach to sach hota hai :/
kregta*
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STOP IT :/
hmm, log3(log4x)=0 hai find x ?
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wahi puch r aha hoon kaise
Yeah, minimum value^
log ko clear karo
log(base 3) 1 = 0?
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log nahi ata :P
"0" nahi bolna tha mujhe -_-
\[1 = \log_4 (x)\]^_^
log nhi aata to kya krega. :/
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batao to dhang se :/
\[x = 0\]^_^
nice job
But!
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\[\LARGE 3^{\log_3(\log_4x)}>3^0\]
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explain how did we get this:\
Dono sides mein 3 ki power ko kar diya hai.\[a = b \implies 3^a = 3^b\]
a>b>=0, to x^a > x^b hai na?
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3 se kyn kiya?
Because woh \(\log_3\) ka ulta hai!
yaar ye log itne gande run rate se khel rahe hain! -_-
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3 raise to the power log3?
abbe answer de to diya usne? x>4 galat hai? :O
\[2x = 3\]\[\implies x = \dfrac{3}{2}\]2 se divide kyun kiya? Arrey bhai, 2 se multiply karne ka ulta 2 se divide karna honda hai
\[3^{\log_3 a} = a\]
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sahi hai par dafuq :/
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haan bus wahi sunna tha :P
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someone teach me logs someday,ill pay $5
Iske liye itna tang kar rakha tha -_-
5 theoretical dollars?! Manzoor hai!
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yesh! Paypal
Ok bye.
Bhaiya, ab logs ko aap intuition se dekho
^ Demanding ladke! :-P
pehle bhi bataya hai maangne pe nahi deta :/
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lol
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padado ? C:
Dekho, \(\log_a b\) gets you a value which you raise to \(a\) to get \(b\).
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thanks,closed
Bas yahi hote hain logs
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:"D
Trigonometry bhi kya hoti hai? Bas 3 ratio hote hain aur kya!
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Calculus,dy/dx
Fir se batane ke liye medal @shubhamsrg :P
Haan, aur kya, bas rate of change hi hota hai integral aur differential calculus!
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2+2=maths
Aur kya! Maths is too simple! Bas ye pata karo ki \(1 + 1 = 2\) aur baaki derive kar lo!
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yaar koi division sikhado
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63/68 karke dikhado drawing se @yrelhan4 @shubhamsrg @ParthKohli
\[1 + 1 + 1 + 1\]ko\[1 + 1\]parts mein divide karo
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mai seriously bhool gaya kaise karte hai :/
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1 baar 1 ladki 1 dukandaar ke paas gayi, bolo, "calculator dikhao" dukaandaar bola, "casio?" ? wo boli, " mai badhiya, aap sunao"!! ^_^
boli*
Thanks for the wonderful... PJ...
:)
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thanks
Bahut raat ho gayi hai... 2 AM ho gaya hai. Bye
5 ovr, 60 runs, last ball tak jayega match! :O TV nahi hai mere paas :'(

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