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log8(768 x 16)
--> the 8 is a subscript to log
--> please show steps.

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    log8(768*16) = log8(12288),

    8^x = 12288,

    Using Base 10:
    X*log(8) = log(12288),
    Divide both sides by log(8):

    X = log(12288) / log(8) = 4.528320834.

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    thanks

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