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Basic concepts: What is a logarithm?, Converting from logarithmic form to exponential form, Evaluating logarithms without a calculator,

Related concepts: Logarithmic scale: Richter scale (earthquake), Logarithmic scale: pH scale, Logarithmic scale: dB scale,

- 1.What is $``$common logarithms$"?$

Evaluate $\log100$a)by converting to exponential form.b)by using the LOG key on a calculator.

16.

Logarithmic Functions

16.1

What is a logarithm?

16.2

Converting from logarithmic form to exponential form

16.3

Evaluating logarithms without a calculator

16.4

Common logarithms

16.5

Natural log: ln

16.6

Evaluating logarithms using change-of-base formula

16.7

Converting from exponential form to logarithmic form

16.8

Solving exponential equations with logarithms

16.9

Product rule of logarithms

16.10

Quotient rule of logarithms

16.11

Combining product rule and quotient rule in logarithms

16.12

Evaluating logarithms using logarithm rules

16.13

Solving logarithmic equations

16.14

Graphing logarithmic functions

16.15

Finding a logarithmic function given its graph

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Get Started Now16.1

What is a logarithm?

16.2

Converting from logarithmic form to exponential form

16.3

Evaluating logarithms without a calculator

16.4

Common logarithms

16.5

Natural log: ln

16.6

Evaluating logarithms using change-of-base formula

16.7

Converting from exponential form to logarithmic form

16.8

Solving exponential equations with logarithms

16.9

Product rule of logarithms