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what is the equivalent logarithmic form of 6^z=244

6^z = 244
z = log_6(244)
That is, z is the log base 6 of 244
Or, z is the power of 6 needed to get 244.
Or, using logs to any desired base,
z log6 = log244
z = log244/log6
If the base is 6, then log6 = 1, and we have the first way of doing it.
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