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Logarithm of 1 to the base 1?
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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World War I military bases were located throughout the world. From the Pacific to the Atlantic, in the northern and southern hemispheres, on islands and along the coasts a…nd inland, combatants from both sides of the conflict established bases for all war-waging purposes, whether as supply- and repair-depots, attack-staging areas, or fortified defense-points.
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You can use the change of base formula which is: logxb logab=--------- logxa
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There are 1,000 bp in 1 Kb.
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 logari…thms on base 10 at Oxford in 1624, much to the joy of navigators, astronomers, and others having tedious calculations to perform.
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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 case…s) and ambiguous. Say you want log base 0 of 50 0 to the N power = 50 cannot be true as 0 to the N is always zero
To explain, let's examine the following statements 103, 102, 101, 100, 10-1, 10-2, 10-3 103= 1*10*10*10 102= 1*10*10 101= 1*10 100= 1 10-1= 1/10 10-2= 1/(10*10) … 10-3= 1/(10*10*10) 103 ÷ 10-3 = 103 - 3 = 100 = 1 10-1*101 = 1 (1 / 10) * 10 = 1 Let r be a positive real number, ln the natural logarithm and exp the exponential function, defined r^p = exp(p*ln(r)) p=0 r^p = exp(p*ln(r)) = exp(0) = 1.
Well, it is 5 once, correct? So the answer would be 5. (Use a calculator to check)
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