Logarithms

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if log base 10 of 2 = .301

then what is log base of 10 of 2000?

I know how to solve with a calculator but I'm having a hard time doing it without one.

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    log 2000 = log 2 + log 1000 = 3.301

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    Ok thanks

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    pls i need th answer to log6 base to10

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