Math  Logarithmic
posted by Anonymous .
Is the following correct when restating logs with variables to exponential?
Log:
log_a(a^3)  base = a
Exp:
a^3 = a
I know when dealing with real numbers, this is what you do:
Log:
log(10^5)
Exp:
10^5 = 100 000

Math  Logarithmic 
bobpursley
I am uncertain what your question is.
loga (a^3)= 3loga a= 3*1=3
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