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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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