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Evaluate the given expressions (to two decimal places).
(a) log((23.0)

((b) log_(2) \(128\)

text((c) ) log_(9) \(1\)

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    get out your calculator, do the calculations, and post your results for confirmation.

    Recall that logbn = ln(n)/ln(b)

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