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    logbase27x = 1 -logbase27 (x-0.4)

    thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by livelaughlove92 View Post


    logbase27x = 1 -logbase27 (x-0.4)

    thanks.
    use the properties of log to simplify this term

    \log_{a} x +\log_{a} y = \log_{a} xy , and
    if x = a^z then \log_{a} x = z
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