Logarithms
How do I solve this using logs? I am having a total math meltdown tonight!
10=2^10/n
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10 = 2^(10/n)
log 10 = log(2^10/n)
1 = 10/n log2
n = 10log2posted by Reiny

OMG!! THANKS!!! I totally kept adding in logs where I shouldn't have!! AWESOME!! Thanks!
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