Divide both sides by ten ... it should now look like this
Now
multiply both sides by 2
Divide both sides by log 2 you have now isolated k
Sorry about this being sloppy I am not very good at using Latex
We have a function such that and . Find .
, therefore:
Taking the log to the base 2 on both sides:
Now, I know that , but this must mean that we had:
Can someone show me why (proof) that ?
And is it just me, or do those log renders look a bit squashed? The logs and the fractional exponent. Is there a better way to render these?
If you're happy with then that can be used (although I'm sure someone can make it more elegant
up to n times
Factor out like terms (and there are n of them)
Wikipedia defines it in terms of the inverse (exponents): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...ler_operations
Here is a website with the rules for logarithms it may be helpfull
RULES OF LOGARITHMS