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# Logarithm of 1 to the base 1?

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The logarithm of 1 to the base 1 is indeterminate. The logarithm of a number x to the base a is a number y, such that ay = x. The most common base a is 10, or the natural base a is e (2.718281828...). It is invalid to think of logarithms base 1, because 1 to the power of anything is still 1.
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# How to change the base of a logarithm?

You can use the change of base formula which is: log x b log a b= --------- log x a

# If a PH changes by 1 what is the hydrogen ion in a logarithmic scale?

the hydrogen ion conc=0.1

# What is the logarithm of log -1?

Assuming you are asking about the natural logarithms (base e): log (-1) = i x pi therefore log (log -1) = log (i x pi) = log i + log pi = (pi/2)i + log pi. which is ap

# Why use a natural base logarithm?

The natural base, e, 2.718281828..., was selected because the derivative d / dx e x is equal to x. This simplifies many calculations, derivatives, integrals, etc. Additiona

# The base 10 logarithm is called the logarithm?

Base 10 logarithms are called "common logarithms".

# What is log 1 to the base 1?

acording to me the value is 0 because the value of log 1 at any base is always 0.

# What is the base 10 logarithm called?

The base 10 logarithm is called the "common logarithm". * * * * * It is also called the 'Briggsian logarithm', named after Henry Briggs, who introduced his table of loga

# The base of common logarithms?

The base of common logarithms is ten.

# How do you compare logarithms with different bases?

You can convert to the same base, by the identity: log a b = log b / log a (where the latter two logs are in any base, but both in the same base).

# What is the logarithm of 16 to the base 4?

There are two ways to solve this. One is using the definition of logarithms: solve the equation 4 x = 16. This can be done by inspection, in this case. The other is to use

# What is the logarithm of -1?

Negative numbers don't have logarithms.

# What is the second derivative of the natural logarithm of 1 minus X?

d/dx ln(1-x) = 1/(1-x) d/dx 1/(1-x) = 1-x * d/dx 1 - 1 * d/dx(1-x)/(1-x^2 = 1-x * 0 - 1 * 0 - 1/(1-x)^2 = -1/(1-x)^2 --------------

# Can the base of a logarithm be 0?

No, it is undefined and indeterminate. Log base y of a variable x = N y to the N power = x if y ( base) = 0 then 0 to the N power = x which is always zero (or one in some

# What is the notation for a logarithm with base e?

ln() the ln stands for the Latin logarithmus naturali, or natural log in English. log e () is also acceptable but more tedious and rarely used.

# What is the notation for a logarithm with base 10?

The logarithm of a number with base=B is written as [ log B (N) ]. If the base is 10, it's called the "common logarithm" of N and the base isn't written. [ log(N) ].

# Can a logarithmic function have a base of zero?

No. No number can be generated by raising zero to a power. Zero raised to any power is still zero.

# What is twice the base of natural logarithm?

The "base of the natural logarithm" is the number known as "e". It is approximately 2.718.