Logarithms

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log4(10)=x

Im having trouble getting started here with this question

thanks

  • Logarithms -

    log4(10) = x.
    I'm assuming we are to find the log to the base 4 of 10.

    4^x = 10,
    Take log of both sides:
    Xlog4 = log10,
    Divide both sides by log4:
    X = log10 / log4 = 1.66.

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