# Math

Evaluate:
log base 2 of 32^3

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1. Log2 (32^3) = x
3*Log2 (32) = x
Divide both sides by 3:
Log2 (32) = x/3
Exponential form:
2^(x/3) = 32
2^(x/3) = 2^5
x/3 = 5
X = 3*5 = 15.

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