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## anonymous one year ago give ur answer to correct 4 significant figures. log 28+log(log 2.5)

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1. amilapsn

are you allowed to use calculators?

2. anonymous

yeah,we can

3. amilapsn

what's the value you get?

4. anonymous

1.047

5. anonymous

but need the work

6. amilapsn

are there any preceding ecimals?

7. amilapsn

*decimals

8. anonymous

yeah

9. amilapsn

I think you should give ur answer like this: log(28)+log(log(2.5))=1.047....=1.047 in the blank you can write two or three decimals and you should round that value to 3rd decimal place right?

10. amilapsn

Am I correct @UnkleRhaukus

11. UnkleRhaukus

\[\log(28)+\log(\log (2.5)) = \log(28(\log(2.5)=\log(\log(2.5^{28}))\]

12. UnkleRhaukus

yeah, i get the same 1.046975636.... = 1.047 (4 sig.figs.)

13. amilapsn

Thank you @UnkleRhaukus

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