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How do I work out Logs on my calculator to do the sum Log6x=0 or Logx64=2. I have a sharp EL-EL531WH Advanced D.A.L. What is x?
This is how I work this one out on it,
Log2^16=4 I do Log big number 16 /Log small number 2 = 4.

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